Almont Township is located in Lapeer County, Michigan. The Township’s eastern boundary forms a border with St. Clair County, while the southern boundary is shared with Macomb County. The Township of 6,961 residents includes the Village of Almont and offers a peaceful country atmosphere and rich heritage. Almont is a convenient commute to Macomb County and Oakland County.
The Township is linked to the larger southeast Michigan region by several important transportation routes which cross in or near the Township. Chief among these are M-53 and I-69. M-53 is a State trunkline, providing a north-south route between Detroit to the south and Port Austin to the north. I-69 bisects M-53 just north of the Township in an east-west direction, linking Port Huron with Lansing, Grand Rapids and Indiana.
BROADBAND INTERNET NOTICE
Now, more than ever, broadband Internet is an essential and crucial service to those who live, learn and work in Lapeer County. In some areas of Lapeer County, high-speed Internet is not available. In order to bridge this digital divide, Lapeer County needs to gain a better picture of which properties do not have the essential Internet they need. For this, we need your help! We are asking for your assistance in spreading the word about our survey to your constituents, groups, committees, or anyone living in Lapeer County.
The more respondents; the more accurate our results will be in developing a plan. This survey provides accurate data regarding which properties have Internet access and the affordability if access is available. Information gathered will only be used to support broadband Internet expansion efforts and will aid the committee in seeking grant funding to increase broadband availability in Lapeer County. Completing this survey should take five minutes or less. The survey can be found on our main page at Lapeercountyweb.org