||Dexter is conveniently located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Ann Arbor. The site is 4 miles north of I-94 with access via Baker and Zeeb Road interchanges. Other accessible areas include Chelsea, Whitmore Lake, Pinckney, and Scio Township.
Originally settled in the 1820s and 1830s, the City of Dexter is located in Southeast Michigan, along the banks of the Huron River and Mill Creek. Residents and visitors can enjoy a day on a river, walking along nature trails, or biking on the County Border-to-Border trail, stopping in our historic downtown for lunch and some shopping. Cultural activities include a local theater, historical museum, summer concerts, ice skating in the winter, festivals, and simply playing in the parks. With access to business and industrial properties along Jackson Boulevard and an easy 15 minute drive to downtown Ann Arbor, Dexter’s businesses and retail connect to the greater Washtenaw County network with ease.
||Section 9.40 Industrial District (I)
A. Intent. This district is established to provide for manufacturing, research and high technology uses of a restricted, light industrial nature and non-manufacturing services. Uses and developments in this district must balance the need for employment with the rural character of the Township. Industrial developments are intended to incorporate design techniques that are compatible with the rural residential character of the surrounding area. Industrial Districts are intended to be located in those areas of the Township designated for that use in the Master Plan. B.
B. Permitted Uses.
i. Agriculture Sales, Equipment, Repairs, Supplies.
ii. Automobile Repair Facility: Major and Minor.
iii. Contractor’s Establishment.
iv. Distribution Center.
v. Dry Cleaner
vi. Educational facility.
vii. Food Processing Plant.
viii. Landscaping Contractors.
xi. Mobile Home Sales, Repairs.
xii. Monument Sales.
xiii. Open Air Business
xiv. Pilot plant operations and testing activities.
xv. Police, Fire, Ambulance Station.
xvi. Storage Facility.
xvii. Uses primarily engaged in research activities, including research laboratories, developmental laboratories, and compatible light manufacturing such as, but not limited to, the following: biochemical, chemical, electronics, film and photography, medical and dental, metallurgy, pharmaceutical, or X-ray.
xviii. Headquarters of business offices for commercial and industrial uses that conduct the principal firm’s activity outside of the district.
xix. Uses primarily engaged in the manufacture, research assembly, testing and repair of components, devices, equipment and systems, and parts and components, involving the following items: coils, tubes, semiconductors, communication, navigation, guidance and control equipment, data processing equipment, including computer software, glass edging and silvering equipment, graphics and art equipment, metering equipment, radio and television equipment, radar, infrared, and ultraviolet equipment, optical devices and equipment, or filling and labeling machinery. xx. Uses primarily engaged in the manufacturing, processing, and/or assembly of the following or similar products: food products, apparel and finish products from Article 9 Page 24 textile products, furniture and fixture products, chemical and allied products, plastic and rubber products, stone, clay, and glass products, fabricated metal products, or professional, scientific, controlling, photographic, and optical products or equipment.
xxi. Uses engaged in service industries or those industries providing service to, as opposed to the manufacture of a specific product, such as the repair and maintenance of appliances or component parts, tooling, printers, testing shops, small machine shops, and shops engaged in the repair, maintenance and servicing of such items.
xxii. Uses involving industries engaged in the distribution and/or storage or warehousing of products relating to the permitted uses.
xxiii. Uses engaged in blueprinting, photocopying, photoengraving, printing, publishing, and bookbinding.
xxiv. Uses primarily engaged in administrative and professional offices, but limited to: (i) offices that are associated with any permitted business use, or, (ii) offices that do not attract nor are primarily dependent upon business customers visiting the office.
xxv. Veterinary Clinic and Animal Hospital.
xxvii. Other uses clearly similar in nature and compatible with the listed permitted uses in this district
xxviii. Accessory uses and structures when related and incidental to a permitted use such as, but not limited to, food preparation, food service, eating facilities, and auditoriums to serve employees and storage, service, and maintenance facilities, provided all materials are stored inside a closed building.
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