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macomb ADDENDUM Sterling Heights Area: 36.7 sq. miles. Economic Base: Very diversified: large commercial and industrial base, wellestablished residential neighborhoods Government: Council - Manager Location: 25 miles northwest of downtown Detroit, 8 miles west of Lake Saint Clair. Easy access to M-59 and I-696 Housing: Median Sale Price $227,852 (January 2022) Income: Median Household Income $63,000 Population: 134,346 Library: Sterling Heights Library, 40255 Dodge Park, Sterling Heights 48313 www.shpl.net, (586) 446-2665 Medical Services: Henry Ford MacombClinton, Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren; William Beaumont (See “Health Care”) Newspaper: Macomb Daily www.macombdaily.com; Sterling Heights Sentry www.candgnews.com Parks and Recreation: Large parks system, nature center, recreation and senior activity centers, athletic programs for children and adults, summer programs for ages 5-14 through the neighborhood schools. Post Office Branches: 7007 Metro Parkway, Sterling Heights, 800-ASK-USPS Protection: Emergency 9-1-1 Police (586) 446-2800 Fire (586) 446-2950 Schools: Utica Community and Warren Consolidated (See school grid page 45.) Taxes Rate in Mills (2021):


Warren Consolidated 44.9809 Utica 38.5722


57.8729 55.6597

Transportation: SMART Bus offers fixed route and connector (curb to curb) bus service. (866) 962-5515, www.smartbus.org Sterling Heights provides service for seniors and disabled. (586) 446-2757 Utilities: AT&T, Comcast, Wide Open West (cable), Consumer’s Energy (gas), DTE (electric), Detroit Water and Sewage. Sterling Heights provides trash pickup. (See Basics) Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce 12900 Hall Rd., Suite 100, Sterling Heights 48313 (586) 731-5400 • www.shrcci.com CITY OFFICE: Sterling Heights 40555 Utica Road Sterling Heights 48313 (586) 446-2489 • www.sterling-heights.net