Foundation staff will be based in the second floor of People Driven Credit Union’s Main Street building in downtown Romeo where they’ll be sharing space with the Romeo Downtown Development Authority.

In mid-March, Four County Community Foundation will transition to a new office location in downtown Romeo. Staff members will be utilizing donated space in the second level of People Driven Credit Union, 141 S. Main Street, that includes five offices, a common meeting space and conference room. A portion of the facilities will be shared with the Romeo Downtown Development Authority.

The Currier House, which has been 4CCF’s home since 2002, will be sold.

“While we are very grateful for the use of the Currier House for the past 22 years, it was built for a family. The beautiful, stately home will be put on the market and returned to a family residence,” said 4CCF Executive Director Kathy Dickens.

Frederick and Mary Currier built the octagon-shaped Currier House in 1854. It served as a private residence for the Currier family and other families for many decades before being purchased by the foundation in 2000. The foundation paid $200,000 toward the acquisition and the Currier family donated $100,000 towards the home’s upkeep and maintenance.

Recently a local architectural firm identified common restoration needs and in 2023, the foundation invested $150,000 in repairs to the home’s cupola and porch along with interior plaster repair.

The foundation will maintain (810) 798-0909 as its current phone number and the new mailing address will be 141 S. Main Street, Suite A, Romeo MI 48065.

Read the Romeo Downtown Development Authority’s announcement about this partnership here.

For more information about the foundation’s history and work in Lapeer, St. Clair, Macomb and Oakland counties, visit