Cadillac is a bustling, vibrant, strollable, walkable people friendly place with unique shops, gathering places in distinctly different restaurants, gaslights, graceful trees, a uniquely patterned brick walkway, restored facades, clock tower and gentle curving pocket parks that lead to the city park and lakefront.
Cadillac was originally named Clam Lake and was incorporated as a village in 1874. George Mitchell was elected the first mayor. The village was incorporated as a city in 1877 and renamed Cadillac, after Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, a Frenchman who made the first permanent settlement at Detroit in 1701.
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