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Genesee County is a district in the US state of Michigan. At the 2010 census, the population was 425,790, making it the second most populous district in Michigan. The county seat and population center is Flint, the birthplace of General Motors. It is considered part of the Mid-Michigan metropolitan area. Genesee is named after Genesees County in New York.

Genesee County includes the Flint Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes the Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor Combined Statistical Area. A major visitor attraction is Crossroads Village, a short-lived historic village in North Flint. Many local name names in the county, including Genesee County, New York and Pennsylvania, reflect the settlement pattern.

Genesee County is known to have unearthed fossils of an ancient whale known as Balaenoptera lacepede during quarry work in Thetford Township, estimated to be 11,000 years old. Plans for the Genesee recreation area were included in the Flint master plan in 1950.

Presented to the Trustees of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation 1964, C.S. Mott was behind the plan. In 1968, the county's parking system began buying vacant lots.

Flint Community and Junior College was transformed into a statewide institution by a referendum proposal passed by voters in 1969. For this reason, the college was renamed Genesee Community College on July 5, 1970. After the death of C.S.., Charles Stewart was renamed Charles Stewart Mott Community College in 1973.

In October 2009, the district commissioners directed the district management consultant to discuss with the district attorney a possible merger of his office with the district attorney's office. In December 2011, the county council, which intends to retire at the end of the year, discussed the possibility of merging the two offices.

The Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security merged with the County Commission and the Sheriff's Department in June 2010, demoting the department director posts to managerial posts and eliminating the programming coordinator. In July 2010, the district board voted to merge the two offices with effect from 1 January 2013. The two departments were merged again on 9 August 2016.

On October 26th, 2010, Genesee County became the founding member of the Board of Commissioners of the Karegnondi Water Authority and chair Jamie W. Curtis represented the county on the board. On May 30, 2012 it was reported that the county had 45 confirmed tornadoes since the Flint-Beecher tornado of 1950-1953, more than any other county in Michigan during that period. The 2010 United States Census showed that Genesees County had 425,790 residents in 2010. This was a decrease of 10,351 from the 2000 census in the United States.

The county recorded a growth rate of 2.4% over the ten-year period. There were 169,202 households in the county and 111,620 families in 2010. The average household size was 2.48 and the average family size was 3.03. The population density was 6,685 per square mile (2,581 per square kilometer). There were 192,180 residential units with an average density of 3,107 per square mile (1,165 per square kilometer).

The population of the county was distributed among 250 persons under the age of 18, 89% between the ages of 18 and 24, 247% between the ages of 25 and 44, 276% between the ages of 45 and 64 and 137% between the ages of 65 and older. The median age was 39. For every 100 women, there were 93.1 men. Of 100 women aged 18 and over, 89.4% were male.

The 2010 American Community Survey's one-year estimates show that the median income of a county household was $38,819 and the median income of a family was $48,979. Men had a median income of $27,269 compared to $18,082 for women. The county's per capita income was $19,860. About 16.9% of families and 21.0% of the population, including 31.0% of those under 18 and 6.3% of those over 65, lived below the poverty line.

Cities

Burton Clio Davison Fenton (partial) Flint (county seat) Flushing Grand Blanc Linden Montrose Mount Morris Swartz Creek Villages Gaines Goodrich Lennon (partial) Otisville Otter Lake (partial)

Charter townships

Clayton Charter Township Fenton Charter Township Flint Charter Township Flushing Charter Township Genesee Charter Township Grand Blanc Charter Township Montrose Charter Township Mount Morris Charter Township Mundy Charter Township Vienna Charter Township

Civil townships

Argentine Township Atlas Township Davison Township Forest Township Gaines Township Richfield Township Thetford Township

Census-designated places

Argentine Beecher Lake Fenton

Other unincorporated communities

Argentine Atlas Bayport Park Beecher Brent Creek Duffield Farrandville Genesee Huntingtown Kipp Corners Lake Fenton Lakeside Pine Run Rankin Richfield Center Rogersville Russellville Thetford Center Whigville Whitesburg

Adjacent counties

Tuscola County (northeast) Lapeer County (east) Oakland County (southeast) Livingston County (southwest) Shiawassee County (west) Saginaw County (northwest)

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