Brownstown MI is a census-designated place (CDP) in the southeastern portion of Brownstown Township, MI. It is located just south of Woodhaven, between Trenton and Gibraltar along the northern border of Wayne County as well as the southern border of Downriver.

According to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau data, the total population for this CDP was 2579 individuals and there were 1178 housing units in existence at that time which yields a land area measuring 2 km and a water area of 0.00 km. The median income for a household in this community was $59,222 and the average home value was $140,854 at that time.

The Brownstown Public District serves residents who live within the MI Brownstown School District. Brownstown Public School District is made up of 11 schools including one high school, three middle schools and seven elementary schools! The district has an enrollment of approximately 6,200 students.

The Brownstown Township Public Library District is another educational institution for children in the area. With its six branches, this library system provides books and multimedia materials to anyone who wants them! There are also various programs put on by the library throughout the year.