Bruce Township offers a pastoral atmosphere, large parcels and a variety of businesses including everything from a brand-new industrial park to one of the largest cattle-producing meat operations in Michigan.
A small town with big city benefits, Bruce Township has a wonderful Fire Department and Parks Department. It shares some services with the neighboring Village of Romeo, including the post office, Kezar Library, Romeo High School and a Parks and Recreation Center. The township boasts three museums and a working blacksmith shop.
Bruce Township residents know as they drive north after work that they have a pleasant home with acreage to come home to.