Owosso is located in Shiawassee County and it is one of the earliest established cities in the area. Many of the town’s historic roots still exist today such as the Curwood Castle. Homes for sale in Owosso are conveniently located for many commuters to Flint, Lansing and Sagina and are convenient to all area amenities.The population is approximately 15,000 and there are many close-by villages such as Durand, Bancroft Vernon, and Ovid. The amanites offered by Owosso blend with the smaller city of Corunna.
Why Move to Owosso, Michigan?
Homes for sale in Owosso offer both the easy accessibility to larger urban areas like Lansing, Flint, and Saginaw aas well as a colorful downtown area, active community events, top-ranking schools, and a wide range of properties.
Owosso Public Schools are some of the best in the state, ranked in the top 100 of Michigan’s schools. Owosso Public High School performs in the top 5% of high schools in the state and the top 10% of high schools in the nation. Both Owosso Middle School and Owosso High School are International Baccalaureate World Schools, preparing students to be world citizens in a globalized world. With a preschool and daycare center, three elementary schools, one middle school and two high schools, students are placed in small classrooms with passionate and attentive teachers.
Community groups organized around sports, cars, conservation, history, philanthropy, arts, local government and much more are all active in and around Owosso, and host exciting events for the city and surrounding communities. Curwood Castle, Rollhaven Skate and Fun Center, Owosso Area Amphitheater, the Shiawassee Arts Center and Shiawassee Fairgrounds are great first-stops for local events. In addition to the many events hosted throughout the year in Owosso, the Shiawassee (County) Chamber of Commerce provides a list of events for many surrounding areas.
Owosso Parks and Recreational Areas
The exquisite scenery surrounding Owosso is one of its many unique appeals. With the Shiawassee River running through it, Hopkins Lake to the southwest, and the DeVries Nature Conservancy to the north, outdoor enthusiasts have a bevy of activities to choose from throughout the year. Owosso takes great pride in its parks and outdoor beauty, and puts great effort into maintaining the 250 acres of park land.
For more information on the community visit ci.owosso.mi.us or shiawasseechamber.org.
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