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  • Mark Moceri
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Livingston County is one of Michigan's fastest-growing counties. It is a highly desirable place to call home, as around 190,000 people do. With amazing recreation that includes state, metro and community parks, plus golf, a ski resort, and nature centers. Combine that with great shopping plus dining, and Livingston County is the perfect place to call home! Its award-winning schools, diverse real estate, and low tax bases make it even a more exceptional value when considering raising a family!
  • Spring has officially been ushered into Livingston County! Find answers to your questions on all the latest in home improvement, decorating and gardening, as well as, the many other wonderful offerings available. This event is April 10-12, 2015, at the Howell High School Field House. It is located at 1200 W. Grand River, easily accessed from I-96, in Howell.

    Bring your appetite for the annual "Taste of Livingston", which features Livingston County favorite local restaurants and caterers. This will also take place at the Howell High School Field House on April 11, 2015, from 11:30 am - 3:00 pm. Taste tickets are available at the door for .75 per taste or 10 tickets for $7.00. Hope to see you there!

    Livingston County Home & Garden Show:

    Adult Admission..............................$6.00
    Senior Citizens (60 and over)..........$5.00
    Children & Students.........................Free when accompanied by adult

    2015 Hours/Dates:
    Friday, April 10.................................5-8 p.m.
    Saturday, April 11.............................9 am - 6 pm
    Sunday, April 12...............................11 am - 4 pm
  • Lucy Pesek
    RE/MAX Platinum
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    Livingston County, MI
    Welcome Spring! It's that time of year when we can once again visit our local Farmers' Markets to buy flowers, plants, fruits, vegetables and many other wonderful treats! Open from May through October, 2014.
    -The Howell Farmers' Market is celebrating 38 years and will be providing free horse-drawn wagon rides! Hours are 9:00am - 2:00pm on Sundays, through October 26. They are located adjacent to the Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell.
    -Brighton- 8:00am - 1:00pm on Saturdays. They are located at 200 N. First Street, near the Mill Pond.
    -Pinckney- 9:00am - 1:00pm every Saturday through October 25. Located in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.
    -Hartland- 9:00am - 1:00pm every Saturday through October 25, at the Hartland Educational Support Service Center, West of Old U.S. 23, at 9525 E. M-59.
    -Green Oak Township - 10:00am - 3:00pm, every Sunday through October 26, adjacent to Green Oak Fire Station No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Avenue.
    -Fowlerville- 3:00 - 7:pm every Friday through October 24, in the Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in the 200 block of W. Grand River Avenue.

    Be sure to visit with our many growers, artisans and crafters throughout the season! Hope to see you there!
  • Don Von
    RE/MAX Platinum
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    Livingston County, MI
    Top 5 ways you can help make everyday Earth Day:
    1. Recycle
    2. Buy organic, local and fair trade
    3. Practice home energy efficiency
    4. Conserve water
    5. Use alternate transportation
  • Tim Sova
    RE/MAX Platinum
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    Livingston County, MI
    The annual Livingston County Home & Garden Show is held in the spring. This year's show was the 51st! It is a center for home improvement ideas and inspiration and is a great community event that connects people to skilled tradesman and people with areas of expertise.

    There are about 200 exhibits of products and projects that can help enhance our homes inside and out. There is also a Fine Arts Show, a Shred Day event, an auto show and the popular Taste of Livingston event where participants will offer dessert to barbecue for sampling. New this year was a Neighborhood Marketplace - a shopping opportunity for handmade items. And there are planned activities for kids and lots of prizes and giveaways.

    We have enjoyed this event as a family and also as an exhibitor and it is always spectacular!
    Here is a link to the event to get all the additional info. and schedule of events:
  • Livingston County is one of Michigan's fastest growing counties. It is a highly desirable place to call home, as over 180,000 people currently do. With an amazing recreation that includes parks, golf and a Vail owned ski resort, combined with great shopping and dining, Livingston County is a perfect place to visit! However, its award winning schools, diverse real estate and low tax spaces make it an exceptional area to call home and raise a family!
  • Scott D. Shaker
    RE/MAX Grande
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    Livingston County, MI
    Livingston Symphony Orchestra is a wonderful addition to the area! Founded only in 1994, the symphony offers local musicians the opportunity to share their talents with the community. The symphony gives several concerts a year featuring classical, contemporary and pop music.
  • Don Von
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Brighton has many different types of fitness options to choose from. We have gyms, yoga,
    barre, trainers, bike trails and crossfit to mention only a few. It is a fantastic way to get involved and meet people in the area and people who enjoy the same activity you do. There are Friday night running clubs, golf leagues and even boxing! New this past summer, they even have yoga on paddle boards at the surrounding lakes. Why not join us? It's a wonderful place to live and be active.
  • Don Von
    RE/MAX Platinum
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    Livingston County, MI
    Island Lake State Park is a beautiful 4000 acre park to enjoy. It is known for the only balloon port in the state park system. In addition to that, people come from all over to train on the mountain bike trails and experience beautiful lakes for kayaking or paddle boarding. Another amenity is the shooting range. Island Lake is known to be one of the safest shooting ranges. Why not come and enjoy a day at Island Lake? Bring a date, the family or just yourself.
  • 1. Make sure you take the Homestead Exemption form to the appropriate Township
    immediately so you are eligible for the homestead exemption Michigan offers
    (i.e. this saves about 40% on your taxes)

    2. If there is a Home Warranty, it may benefit you to call the company and make sure
    they have your correct contact information.

    3. Call the utilities just to make sure they have done the final readings and transferred
    the accounts into your name.

    4. You may want to have the door locks to your home re-keyed. Better safe than sorry.
  • Tim Sova
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Another great thing about living in our Livingston County community is having such an amazing medical facility so close to home. We personally have welcomed the proximity. When you need it - you need it. They have a 24-hour ER, a cancer center, a clinic for lab services, PT and rehab, radiology services and so much more. Something to consider when looking to live and work in this community. We are lucky to have such a needed facility in our area

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