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Estral Beach
Geographical information
County

Monroe County

State

Michigan

Country

United States

Land area

0.5 square miles

Water area

0 square miles

Elevation

574 ft (174 m)

Demographic information
Population (2000)

486

Population density

992/square mile

Government structure
Community type

Village

Government

President-council[1]

Elected officials
  • Susan Gossett (President)[1]
  • Council (called Commissioners):[1]
    • Greg Knierim
    • Pamela Knierim
    • Kristine Meller
    • Bonnie Oehring (President pro-tem)
    • Robert Sharkus
  • Carol Kozlowski (Clerk/Treasurer)[1]
Containing township

Berlin Charter Township

Other information
Time zone

Eastern

ZIP Code(s)

48166, Newport

Area code(s)

734

FIPS code

26-26460

GNIS feature ID

0625652[2]

Estral Beach is a village in Monroe County, Michigan along the Lake Erie shoreline. The village is contained within the southern tip of Berlin Charter Township, about 9 miles northeast of downtown Monroe and five miles south of South Rockwood. Forming the southern border of the village is Swan Creek, and immediately across the creek is the Fermi nuclear power plants operated by DTE Energy. The population was 486 at the 2000 census, and the United States Census Bureau reported the village having a total area of 0.5 square miles (1.3 km²) of land, 571 feet above sea level.[3]

The community uses ZIP code 48166[4]—assigned to Newport[5]—and has the FIPS code 26-26460.[3]

Notes and referencesEdit

Monroe County
County seat: Monroe — Founded: 1817; Organized: 1817 — Population: 153,608 (2007 est.)
Cities
Luna Pier · Milan (partial) · Monroe · Petersburg
Villages
Carleton · Dundee · Estral Beach · Maybee · South Rockwood
Charter townships
Berlin · Frenchtown · Monroe
Civil townships
Ash · Bedford · Dundee · Erie · Exeter · Ida · La Salle · London · Milan · Raisinville · Summerfield · Whiteford
Census-designated places
Detroit Beach · Lambertville · South Monroe · Stony Point · Temperance · West Monroe · Woodland Beach
Other communities
Azalia · Cone · Diann · Erie · Ida · Lulu · Newport · Ottawa Lake · Samaria · Whiteford Center
Neighboring counties
Lenawee County (west), Washtenaw County (northwest), Wayne County (northeast);
Lucas County, Ohio (south)
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