Argentine township, MI

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Argentine township, MI

About Argentine township, MI

Living in Argentine Township, MI is a unique experience. The small town, situated on the banks of the Shiawassee River, is full of friendly faces and peacefulness. There are plenty of opportunities to explore the outdoors, with multiple parks and forests nearby. The community itself is tight-knit, with multiple events throughout the year such as festivals and parades that help bring everyone closer together. The diverse population adds to both the culture and economy of the area, making it a great place to live and work. Whether you're looking for a quiet neighborhood or an active social scene, Argentine Township has something for everyone! Mid-sized industrial city - Eastern Michigan, 65 miles northwest of Detroit.

State: Michigan
County: Genesee County
Metro Area: Flint Metro Area
City: Argentine township
Zip Codes: No Zip Codes Here.
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Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 771 ft above sea level

Flint is the birthplace of General Motors and is second only to Detroit in auto production. It continues to see its fortunes rise and fall with the auto industry, and recent problems at GM and parts maker Delphi have weighed down the modest resurgence the city saw in the past few years. The city’s lowest point, in the 1980’s, was the focus of a documentary film Roger & Me, which depicted the effects of 30,000 lost jobs on the local economy and social fabric.

Flint continues to work to build a broader economic base. There is a small but proud base of cultural attractions including an orchestra and other performing arts, plus a few quality museums. Cost of living and housing are low.

The city is located in the Flint River Valley in the center of Genesee County. The surrounding terrain is generally level with some hills 15 miles southeast of the city. Climate is continental with a Great Lakes influence that cools summer days, slightly warms the winter, and prolongs warmer autumn weather—a combination providing favorable conditions for orchards and small fruit. The wettest periods normally occur in the late spring, early summer, and early fall.

Winter is normally the driest season. Although snowfall is occasionally heavy, most occurs as frequent light flurries. Winter months are marked by considerable cloudiness and high humidity, while summer humidity is usually not excessive and sunshine is plentiful. Weather changes are frequent. First freeze is early October, last is early May.

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Argentine township Cost of Living

Cost of living, urban revitalization, and arts and culture make Argentine township a great place to live.

-7.4% lower than avg
+20.0% higher than avg
$798 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-43.9% lower than avg
Argentine township Crime
16.4 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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