Shelby Twp. Web Links
Shelby Township is a growing and diverse community. An 1822 farmhouse, the township's oldest remaining structure, stands proudly amidst the townhip's newest homes. One of the nation's most ambitious canal projects, the Clinton-Kalamazoo Canal, runs through the township. An 1871 schoolhouse, the Andrews School, provides a unique learning experience for students of all ages. Shelby Township was surveyed and opened for general land sales in 1818. A township goverment was organized in 1827. The settlement of Disco at the crossroads of 24 Mile Road and Van Dyke, began in the 1830s and was a busy community. The 1928 Packard Proving Grounds, an engineering marvel, graces Van Dyke Avenue.