The City of Kingsford is centrally located on the southern border of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (view map). One of the area's youngest communities, Kingsford originated from the industrial expansion of Henry Ford in 1920, building an automobile support plant closer to the raw materials of the U.P. Although Ford Motor Company no longer operates a plant in Kingsford, the city continues to thrive, offering a family and business-friendly community with superb schools, diverse industries, businesses and a progressive climate for economic growth - all in an area that offers a wide array of recreational opportunities with a friendly neighborhood atmosphere.
The History of the City of Kingsford (PDF)
Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance
Frequently Used and Requested Phone numbers (PDF)