Announcements

LEAF PICK UP

The Village of Breckenridge will continue to vacuum leaves through Friday November19th, 2021.  After that date ALL leaves must be put in biodegradable bags and placed at the roadside.  The DPW will pick up those bagged leaves the first and third Wednesdays of December.

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The Village of Breckenridge

The Village of Breckenridge is 1.07 square miles of land in the middle of Michigan's agricultural heartland. We are located in Wheeler Township, within Gratiot County.

The village was founded when the Pere Marquette Railroad came through the area and incorporated as a village in 1908.In 1860 Charles Howd made the first move toward conquering the wilderness where the Village of Breckenridge now stands. He claimed 240 acres in Section 30 of Wheeler Township, part of which later made up the southeast portion of the Village.

Upcoming Meetings

7 Dec

B.A.A.C Monthly Meeting

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

13 Dec

Library Board Monthly Meeting

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

13 Dec

15 Dec

Fire Board Monthly Meeting

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

27 Dec

Our History

The Travers Brothers established a hoop factory in the winter of 1883-84 and operated it for several years. As the lumber was cut and the land cleared, these factories and lumber mills moved to other locations where lumber was still plentiful.

In their place came farming as a growing factor in the economic life and by 1900 the sugar beet industry had begun its growth with several factories in the area. A new interest was added to the community with the organization of the Breckenridge Auction & Sales Co. For more than a quarter of a century the livestock auction made the Village an important outlet for the stock raised in Central Michigan.

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Address

Village of Breckenridge
104 E. Saginaw St.
Breckenridge, MI 48615

Keep in Touch

Phone: 989-842-3109
Fax: 989-842-3138
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Contact

Breckenridge
Police Department
989-842-5657

Hours

Monday-Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fridays 8:00 - 2:00

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