The facilities owned by the Village taxpayers include the new Village Hall complex, the Wastewater Treatment Plant, The Wellhouse and Water tower, the Department of Public Works building and yard and several Village Parks. The Village also owns a dam, two lift stations and several parking lots.
VILLAGE HALL COMPLEX
The taxpayers of the Village of Manchester voted in May of 2000 to purchase the “Old Ford Building” from Uniloy Milacron for $1.2 million. The complex includes the 18,500 sq. ft. main facility at 912 City Rd., an attached 7,320 sq. ft. warehouse, two buildings and open space on the west side of Hibbard Street, the dam and millpond, and 9 wooded acres on the east side of the River at the main facility site. The complex currently houses the Village offices, the Manchester District Library, the Western Washtenaw Construction Authority offices, The Manchester Area Senior Citizens office and the Washtenaw County Sheriff Department’s Manchester substation. Many local community organizations utilize the conference rooms for meetings and events.
OTHER VILLAGE FACILITIES
The Village Department of Public Works is located at 214 N. Macomb St.
The Wastewater Treatment Plant is located at 221 Hibbard St.
The Wellhouse and Water Tower is located at 209 Ann Arbor St.