The Village of Morrice is located in southwestern Shiawassee County, Michigan. While mostly a rural community, it takes great pride in its strong sense of traditional and patriotic values.
Morrice offers more than what most would expect of such a small community. It has its own school system, post office, and police officers. Several businesses garnish the downtown district, including a restaurant, hardware store, and other sought-after services. It is also home to the Morrice Community Senior Center, which provides a wide-range of services, including rental space for receptions, open houses, and group gatherings.
One of the most popular traditions of Morrice is the annual Morrice Homecoming Festival, which features a parade, entertainment and food, craft shows, and much more. Every year, the festival closes with an exciting fireworks display as our thanks for the community’s support of this traditional, family-oriented one-day event. Whether you are a resident or a visitor to the Morrice area, you are warmly welcomed to come and be a part of this engaging event.
VACANT COUNCIL SEAT
The Village of Morrice is seeking applicants to fill a vacant Trustee position.
Applicants must be village residents, in good standing, and interested in serving the community.
The person appointed to this Council position will serve in a temporary capacity until the position is filled at the next General Election.
Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month commencing at 6:00 p.m.
Interested residents may send a letter of interest to:
Bob Dickerson, President
Village of Morrice
P.O. Box 315
Morrice, MI 48857