Built for Success
Southwest Michigan Certified Business Parks
Muskegon County Business Park - North
Contact Information:John Warner
Director of Public Works
131 E. Apple Ave
Muskegon, MI 49442
Phone: (231) 724-6411
Park Address: 500 Agard Road
Size: 210 acres
Percent Developed: 52%
Percent Occupied: 0%
Price of Land per Acre: Negotiable – Free land with creation of 25+ jobs
Nearest Expressway: US 31/M20
Distance in Miles: 4.5
Class A All-Weather Road: All Roads
Distance in Miles: < 1
Landing Strip / Helipad: Not within park
Railroads: Lead track installed, Adjacent to right of way, Park within switching limits
Highway: Within 5 miles of interchange to more than one expressway
- Gas Station(s) – 2 miles
- Bank(s) – 2.5 miles
- Restaurant(s) – 2.5 miles
- Licensed Day-Care(s) – 2.5 miles
Information About Park/Area:Doing Business in Muskegon County Business Park North -- Muskegon County Business Park North offers over 110 acres of shovel ready industrial land. Equipped with new infrastructure and on-site access to rail, Business Park North will provide your business with the proper tools it needs to succeed. Business Park North is also located in a State of Michigan Renaissance Zone, which allows you to run your business virtually TAX-FREE! Strategically positioned just minutes from US-31, Interstate 96, Muskegon County Airport and the deepest port on Lake Michigan, this industrial park has all of your transportation and shipping needs covered.
Established in 1859 Dalton Township is a very tight knit community, with some of the first settlers still having family ties throughout the Township. The Township is 36 square miles of which 2 miles includes the Village of Lakewood. The Township can be characterized as containing a variety of commercial developments along the M-120 corridor and Whitehall Road and single-family residential homes throughout the Township with large areas of undeveloped, forested land as well as several small lakes.
Living, Working and Recreation
The topography of Dalton Township varies from low lying marshy type areas to massive hilly oak forest, the majority of the Townships homes and businesses having their own private water and sewer supply, with only a small portion on the Southern section supplied with municipal water and sewer. The Township is currently served by two school districts Reeths Puffer and Whitehall public. The Township also has its own fire department with 1 full time chief and an average of 20 paid on call firefighters with an ISO rating of 6. The States number one tourist attraction Michigan Adventure Amusement Park is also located in Dalton Township. The Township also has a 25 acre community park located on Tyler Rd, a public bike trail, 240 acre Equestrian nature trail and several small parks located on several of our beautiful lakes.
Based on the 2010 census the Township has a population of 9,600.