Beautification / Historical

Combined into one joint Commission in 2009, the Beautification/Historical Commission plays a crucial role in enhancing the township's livability and community spirit. This commission undertakes various tasks such as encouraging homes & businesses to keep their properties attractive, and coordinating community cleanup efforts.

Furthermore, the Historical branch of the Commission works tirelessly to safeguard and celebrate our township's rich heritage. In collaboration with the Brownstown Historical Society, they have successfully preserved and revitalized the Township Historical Museum on King Road, relocated and opened for public viewing the historical cannons in Lake Erie Metropark, and raised awareness of the corduroy road in the south end of the Township.


The Commission meets on the third Tuesday of the month, at 6:00 p.m., in the Brownstown Township Hall, 21313 Telegraph Road (unless otherwise noted).

To confirm any meeting, visit the Minutes & Agendas page.

Membership Information

  • Term: 2 years, ends January 1
  • 7 members
  • Appointed by Township Board
  • Annual Stipend: Members $20 per meeting; Chairperson $25 per meeting

If you are interested in serving on the  Beautification/Historical Commission, please fill out and submit an Application form. Your application will be kept on file for consideration in the event of future vacancies.

Beautification/Historical Commission
Dan Szymanski, President
Eva Walters, Secretary
Geniveve Bujarski
Mike Sollars
Jeannaka Andrews
Sandra Cotton
Megan Sexton

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