Did you know...

  • Did you know... that many of the buildings within the city of Croswell date back to pre-Civil War times?
  • Did you know... Croswell was one of the leading trading, industrial and shipping centers in the “Thumb area” at the turn of the century? Lumbering was the main occupation. The Black River was used to transport millions of feet of timber from northern Sanilac County to Croswell, and then onward to Lexington, where the lumber was loaded onto ships and sent around the Great Lakes.
  • Did you know... the town of Croswell was named in honor of Charles M. Croswell, Governor of Michigan from 1877 to 1878?
  • Did you know... that Croswell incorporated as a village in 1881, and later became a city in 1905?
  • Did you know... Croswell is home to the “Be Good to Your Mother-In-Law” Swinging Bridge, a suspension footbridge built in 1905? It spans 139 feet, and is still the only pedestrian suspension bridge in Michigan. The original cost was estimated to be around $300.00 US dollars.
  • Did you know... the Croswell-Lexington Girls Little League softball team (ages 13-14) won the 2011 Little League Junior Division Softball World Series?
  • Did you know... the Croswell-Lexington Girls Little League softball team (ages 13-14) won the State Title in 2010?
  • Did you know... the Croswell-Lexington Girls Little League softball team (ages 11-12) won 3rd Place in the 2009 Little League Major Division Softball World Series?
  • Did you know... in 1965, Conveyor Components Company was originally called Conveyor Belt Cleaner Company?
  • Did you know... Conveyor Components Company sells industrial conveyor controls worldwide!