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Gibraltar News and Events


GIBRALTAR FARMER'S MARKET TO START JUNE 17TH

The City of Gibraltar will host its second year of Farm Market Events ever Wednesday June 17th - September 30th.  The hours of operation at 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm and will be held at the Bob Lo Pavilion, Middle Gibraltar Road.  All venders must clean up and vacate by 7:00 pm each Wednesday.  The Gibraltar Farmer's Market is always looking for volunteers to assist with the event as well as vendors.

 


51st Annual Gibraltar 4th of July Celebration
July 3rd - July 4th, 2015
Sponsored by the Gibraltar Downtown Development Authority
(Click here for more information)


Gibraltar Residents wanted for participation in the 2015 Senior Olympics, for more information (click here)


City of Gibraltar Annual classic Car Cruise In
Sunday July 9, 2015 - 2 - 4 pm
Music with - Cruzzers Band (2-6)
Vendors 10:00 - 6:00
Door Prizes
50/50 Raffle
Food
Gil Talbert Gibraltar Community Center
29340 S. Gibraltar Road
For more information call 9734) 671-1466
Sponsored by Gibraltar Beautification/Recreation Commissions


1st Annual Gibraltar/Rockwood Rotary Rubber Duck Race
Date:  August 15, 2015
Time:  3:00 pm
1st Place:  $1,000
2nd Place:  $150
(Click here for more information)

Welcome to Gibraltar, Michigan
The City of Gibraltar is located in the southeast portion of Wayne County, just a few miles north of the Wayne County/ Monroe County border, and on the Detroit River and Lake Erie . The City is about 25 miles southwest of Downtown Detroit, Michigan. Gibraltar is bordered by the City of Trenton to the north and Brownstown Township to the west and south, while the Detroit River serves as the border to the east. Gibraltar is approximately 3.9 square miles in area. 

The latest
census (2010) figures set the population of the City of Gibraltar at 4,656. The most recent land use tabulation identified approximately 42.4% of total land area as residential, and a number of large tracts being used for Industrial, Landfill, and Institutional. 

Gibraltar also has a significant number of natural resources, including a network of more than five (5) miles of canals, wetlands and streams. The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge – Humbug Marsh is in the northern portion of the City and Lake Erie Metro Park is to the south. These two locations allow area residents the opportunity to interact with nature on a daily basis. 

The Detroit River shoreline includes marina facilities and single-family residential units. A series of canals bisect the City and its four islands, Hall, Edmund, Main and Horse, of residences. The mainland portion of the City is a mix of commercial space and residential units, including senior housing and apartment complexes.

City of Gibraltar Cooperation Plan 2014

Gibraltar Cooperation Plan 2014

Flood Insurance 
Reform Act of 2012 (Act)

Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (Act) 

Changes to National Flood Ins. – What to Expect
Parks and Recreation Master Plan 2014 – 2019

Parks and Recreation Master Plan 

Recreation Plan Survey