City of New Baltimore
New Baltimore is located on the north shore of Anchor Bay on Lake St. Clair, bringing a whole new perspective on lakeside living. As a community who understands the true value of year-round vacation New Baltimore is a city that is unique in location and understands the value of leisure. • Easy access to the Metro Detroit highway system, this jewel of a town is just 30 minutes from downtown Detroit. • Scenic Walter and Mary Burke Waterfront Park with public beach; convenient to downtown shopping and dining district. Additional parks with fishing, ball diamonds, soccer fields, sledding hill, play structures, skateboard park, and hiking paths. • Camps, classes and programs for all ages offered through the Recreation Department. • Numerous town festivals and special events sponsored by the City of New Baltimore • Diversified housing options from quaint cottages to dazzling lakefront homes. Options include both single and multi-family. • Has balanced significant development with quality-of-life concerns to maintain its small town charm.
– it is a special place to live and raise your family!
ADDENDUM - New Baltimore
Area: 4.6 Sq. Miles Economic Base: Residential, retail and restaurants, light industrial Government: Strong Mayoral form of Government Location: Northeast of Detroit on the boundary of Macomb and St. Clair Counties on the shore of Lake St. Clair. Housing: Median List Price - $299,000 Income: Median Household Income - $99,000 Population: 12,303 (2020 Census) Library: Mac Donald Public Library, 36480 Main Street (586) 725-0273 • www.macdonaldlibrary.org Medical Services: Beaumont Emergency Center, Lenox Twp., Henry Ford Macomb, McLaren Macomb, Harbor Oaks Hospital. (See “Health Care” section) Newspapers: The Macomb Daily, www.macombdaily.com The Voice, www.voicenews.com Parks and Recreation: Maynard Aurand Memorial Park has a variety of amenities including sledding hill, skate park, baseball diamonds, basketball courts and soccer field. The Walter and Mary Burke Waterfront Park can be used for swimming, fishing, picnicking and has volleyball courts. The Parks and Recreation program guide is online and has activities for all ages including day trips for seniors.
Post Office: 35339 23 Mile Rd. 48047 800-ASK-USPS. Protection: Full Service Police (586) 725-2181 and Fire (586) 725-0990 Schools: Anchor Bay School District - NCA Accredited, www.anchorbay.misd.net (See school grid page 45.) Tax Rate in Mills (2021): Homestead: 40.9943 Non-Homestead: 58.9943 Transportation: Fixed route bus service along Gratiot Avenue, curb-to-curb advance reservation service available on the SMART Connector. (866) 962-5515, www.smartbus.org Community Shuttle service is offered through the Richmond Lenox EMS (586) 749-7713 Utilities: DTE Energy (electric), SEMCO (gas), AT&T, U Verse and Comcast (cable), Priority Waste trash and recycling (www.wm.com) (586) 228-1200 CITY OFFICES New Baltimore City Offices 36535 Green Street, New Baltimore, 48047 (586) 725-2151, www.cityofnewbaltimore.org