Welcome to Ubly Michigan

Notice for Hearing

The Ubly Village Council has developed a draft Five Year Parks and Recreation Plan. The plan is based on the Guidelines for Community Park, Recreation, Open Space, and Greenway Plans as published by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The Village Council will hold a public hearing with the purpose of hearing comments on the plan at The Village Hall, 2241 Pierce Street Ubly, MI 48475 on February 26, 2018, at 7:00 p.m.. Copies of the Draft Plan will be available for review at the Village Clerk’s office, 2241 Pierce Street, Sleeper Public Library, 2236 E Main Street, and the Village website www.ublymi.com, until Monday, February 26, 2017.

All interested persons may attend and participate. Persons with disabilities needing assistance may call the Village Clerk Barbara Butch at 989.658.2141. A 48-hour advance notice is necessary for accommodation.

CLICK HERE for Draft of the Recreation Plan

The Village of Ubly was first known as Sidon, being north of Tyre as in the Bible. Later it was called Pagetts Corners after Mr. Alfred Pagett who erected a general merchandise store at the west end in April 1870 which was destroyed by the fire of 1881. In 1880 a number of men met to talk over applying for a local post office.  Those present wanted to call it Pagettville but Mr. Pagett declined and suggested Ubley, after a little town he knew back in England.  When the application came back, whoever had filled in that part in Washington had spelled it Ubly.

Today this cozy community is rich in agriculture and industry, and is home to the Thumb area’s largest wind park. Residents and visitors alike enjoy a unique balance of old and new – where history and the future meld – creating a diverse environment.

We invite you to learn more about our community within these pages and encourage you to contact us if you have any questions.