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Cutlerville, Michigan is an unincorporated community and census-designated place south of Grand Rapids, and bordering the cities of Kentwood and Wyoming.

Cutlerville is in southwestern Kent County, straddling Byron and Gaines townships. US-131 and M-6 (David Warsen Memorial Highway) intersect in the north-central part of the CDP, although the settlement area is concentrated east and southeast of the intersection.

Besides Kentwood and Wyoming, cities and villages within twenty miles of Cutlerville include Grandville, Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, Caledonia, Wayland, Hudsonville, Walker, and Middleville.

At the time of the 2010 census, the population of the CDP was 14,370, which was down from 15,114 in 2000. The CDP is served by the Grand Rapids post office, however.

The community was named for John Cutler, who came from New York with his wife and ten children in 1853, building a log cabin on 312 acres of land. In 1891, his son, John I. Cutler, built the Cutler Mansion which, in 1910, became the core of Pine Rest Christian Hospital, now known as Pine Rest Christian Mental Services.

Buck Creek flows through the community, which includes several small ponds, lakes, or bodies of water.

The focus of this category is on the community of Cutlerville, Michigan. Websites representing businesses, industries, schools, places of worship, organizations, attractions, and events within the boundaries of the Cutlerville census-designated place are appropriate resources for this category.

 

 

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