Village of Dimondale
The Village of Dimondale is located in Windsor Township in Eaton County, Michigan on a bend of the Grand River, just southwest of Lansing, and home to approximately 1,200 residents. Isaac M. Dimond came to the area in 1848 and, among his many enterprises, began to construct a dam on the Grand River. A grist mill was completed by 1856, and the Village was platted in 1859. By 1880, the Village boasted seven stores, two millinery shops, a planing mill, grist mill, sawmill and several machine shops. Dimondale became incorporated as a Village in 1906.
This close knit community hosts a vibrant business district and is home to three parks. Dimondale is served by the Holt School District and Dimondale Elementary School is located within the Village.