Façade Grant Improvements
The Flat Rock Downtown Development Authority has approved two grant applications from business and property owners for façade improvements.
Applications for the grant funds have been received from the proposed Sugar Island Baking Co. at 28773 Telegraph Rd. and for improvements to a parcel at 27500 Telegraph Rd. that formerly housed a sign shop for many years. The baking company is from Gibraltar and will move in to a site located behind Fifth Third Bank.
Under the façade program, the DDA provides financial assistance to property or business owners wanting to renovate commercial buildings and structures within the DDA district. The assistance is in the form of grants or loans.
Click Here to see how this program can help your downtown business.
Also, Flat Rock Our Hometown organization in planning the seventh annual Haunted Fall Spooktacular and Trunk-or Treat pre-Halloween celebration set for 3-6 p.m. Oct. 23 in the downtown area. The DDA is providing tables, chairs and tents for visitors to take part in the celebration.
Holiday Lighting downtown.
The DDA has hired Grosse Ile Lawn and Sprinkler Company to help illuminate the downtown at night for Christmas. They have also purchased new decorations from Bronner’s in Frankenmuth to hang on utility poles downtown.
Completion of Telegraph Street Lighting
DTE has finalized a project to adding 44 new street light poles along Telegraph Rd. (US-24) from Ypsilanti to the Railroad Viaduct. Now all of Telegraph Road in Flat Rock has the newer style LED lighting making downtown a safer place to be.
Masserant’s Feed & Grain is a family owned and has been operating since 1982. Masserant’s is the best place to find unbeatable prices and friendly service in the area. Masserant’s was started by Gerald Masserant and his three sons: Dave, Ken and Rollin Masserant. The original mill located on Mill St. in Newport, MI was purchased from the Kahlbaum Brothers of Carleton, MI. . Masserant’s Feed & Grain is currently owned by Dave and Catherine Masserant, Rollin and Brenda Masserant, Pete and Laura Burkhardt, and Kerry and Cheryl Burkey. They have expanded to serve customers at four convenient locations in Newport, Flat Rock, Monroe and Lambertville.
The Flat Rock location at 27550 Telegraph Rd. and was added in 1993 to serve the downriver area. The location boasts many of the services found at our flagship store in Newport including: propane refills, brick pavers, wall stone, topsoil, and mulch. Masserant’s Feed & Grain also specializes in pool supplies and chlorine. We have an excellent selection of pet supplies, treats, wild bird seed, and livestock feed.
Business Hours in Flat Rock are;
Monday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Phone Number in Flat Rock (734) 789-1837
Come enjoy a witching evening in the Stone Creek Banquet Room located inside the Flat Rock Community Center.
DJ & Music will be spinning haunting tunes all evening.
Light finger food, we aren’t sure who’s finger, will be provided. 21 and older only.
Cash bar will be available.
Bring out your best costume, there will be a contest for prizes. Must have a costume to enter.
Register in person at the Flat Rock Community Center, or by phone at 734.379.1450.
It’s going to be a wicked good time!
Like trains? Then come and see our layout! We feature American Flyer and Lionel Trains that wind past towns, a carnival, a zoo, a circus, farms, dams, over bridges, through tunnels and over mountains and past the Great Train Wreck. All displays are created in miniature.