Sheridan Township is located in the south central portion of the state. Sheridan Township is primarily a rural community with the exception of the southern portion, which encompasses the City of Albion.
Sheridan was settled in the early 1830'2, and the township was organized in 1836. The township covers a land area of 31.330 square miles and a water area of 0.437 square miles.
Sheridan Township has a variety of development sites ranging from substantial acres located on rural Greenfield sites to Brownfield properties with great opportunities for redevelopment. We are located such that we have easy access for shipment of material and products as we have sites located along the Norfolk Southern rail. We also have business sites located on the I-94 corridor with some sites still available at exit ramps. Water and sewer are currently being extended to some of these areas.
Sheridan Township has a strong record of providing industrial tax abatements to support job creation and investment. We work closely with our local MI Works office to help you with job recruitment.
The Albion area is one the most affordable areas within central Michigan. The Albion area offers diverse housing opportunities, which includes Victorian homes, modern luxury homes, smaller starter homes, and country style farmhouses. Land is available for new construction.
Sheridan Township has an excellent public safety system. The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department and the Michigan State Police have offices at the Sheridan Township Hall and patrol the township. We maintain our own fire department, which has an excellent record of service.
Within our borders is the Eastern Academic Center of Kellogg Community College. They can work with you to develop programs for skill enhancement of your staff. Located within the City of Albion is Albion College, one of America’s premier liberal arts colleges.
Sheridan Township Hall
27799 29 Mile Road
Albion, MI 49224
Sheridan Township Economic Director
is located in Sheridan Township. The Andersons are in the business of purchasing corn from local farmers and turning the corn into ethanol and other by products such as ddg which is used for animal feed and CO2 which is sold to Continental Carbonics located next to the ethanol plant. Continental Carbonics is in the business of manufacturing dry ice products from the CO2.