City of Three Rivers

Three Rivers is located approximately 20 miles South of Kalamazoo. It is home to three rivers with the: the Portage and Rocky Rivers both flowing into the St. Joseph River. The city is also surrounded by many lakes, with the local economy being a diversified mix of service, tourism, and industry.

The city has undergone a historic amount of change in the past years; with the biggest being a park that was redeveloped into a classic petting zoo. The zoo area has an exhibit barn with exotic birds, reptiles, and a bobcat native to Michigan. The barn is surrounded by pastures for a variety of animals with which people can interact and feed.

Also in recent years the community has built a state of the art high school and renovated the middle and elementary schools. The streets and sidewalks have also been given a facelift which changed the look and feel of the community. Besides these, many other projects have been completed or are in progress to improve our downtown, expand our airport, create industrial growth, and build new residential homes in the city.

Three Rivers has much to offer its citizens, neighbors, and visitors. The beautiful downtown historical district, parks, zoo, airport, cultural entertainment, and educational and employment opportunities only begin to exemplify the richness and diversity of the city. If you haven’t been here yet, you’re invited to visit Three Rivers soon in person.



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