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Western macomb

northern macomb

Romeo & Bruce Township

Shelby Township

52700 Van Dyke Ave., Shelby Township, MI 48316 Population: 79,408 (586) 731-5100 www.shelbytwp.org Income: $74,000 Shelby Township boasts that it has the lowest tax rate to fund a full-service township in Macomb County, including local police and fire protection. When you add to this Utica Community Schools, superior location, great parks and dynamic housing choices you get the idea of why they think they’ve pretty much have it under control – Because they do! Shelby is at the crossroads of M-59 and M-53 so they are easy to find. Go take a look.

Romeo Village Office 121 W. St. Clair Street Romeo 48065 (586) 752-3565 www.villageofromeo.org Population: 3,767 Income: $57,000

Bruce Township 223 E. Gates Street Romeo 48065 (586) 752-4585 www.brucetwp.org Population: 9,324 Income: $95,000

The Village of Romeo is the oldest village in the state and was named a National and Historic District in 1971. It celebrates its history of orchard farming with its annual Peach Festival. Both visitors and residents alike enjoy its quaint downtown shopping district and quiet residential areas. Residents enjoy cider mills and the nearby Metroparks that provide year round outdoor activities for all ages. Romeo Community Schools serve the families of the Village.

Bruce Township is a best kept secret of Macomb County. Although rural by design, Bruce Township recently embarked on a 600 acre industrial corridor with the only available water and sewer north of 26 Mile Rd. The township is served by 3 school districts, but the main district is Romeo Community Schools which is known for its traditional and vocational and technical training.

Village of New Haven & Lenox Township Richmond & Richmond Township City of Richmond 36725 Division Richmond 48062 (586) 727-7571 www.cityofrichmond.net Population: 5,875 Income: $55,000

Richmond Township 34900 School Section Rd. Richmond 48062 (586) 727-8998 www.richmondtwp.org Population: 3,544 Income: $82,000

Located in the northeast corner of Macomb County, Richmond Township is comprised of rich rolling farmland and served as an important agricultural resource to both both Detroit and Port Huron. The City of Richmond is located in the southeast part of the Township and is one of the faster growing communities in Macomb County. Linked by I-94, M-19 and the Gratiot Avenue Corridor, Richmond citizens can easily access Detroit, Flint and Port Huron while enjoying the serenity of small-town living. Numerous subdivisions offer a wide choice of housing styles and price ranges. Commercial and industrial developments are helping to expand the tax base. The area is served by the Richmond Community, Armada Public and Memphis Area school systems.

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in Northern Macomb Village of Armada 74274 Burk Street, P.O. Box 903, Armada 48005 (586) 784-9151 www.villageofarmada.org Population: 1,684 Income: $60,000 52

Armada Township 23121 E. Main, P.O. Box 578, Armada 48005 (586) 784-5200 www.armadatwp.org Population: 3,649 Income: $83,000 Ray Township 64255 Wolcott Road Romeo 48096 (586) 749-5171 www.raytwp.org Population: 3,780 Income: $69,000

Village of New Haven 57775 Main Street, New Haven 48048 (586) 749-5301 • www.villageofnewhaven.org Population: 6,097 Income: $58,000

Lenox Township 63775 Gratiot Ave., Lenox Township 4805 (586) 727-2085 • www.lenoxtwp.org Population: 12,119 Income: $69,000

The Village of New Haven is the largest incorporated area in Lenox Township. Much of its newer residential development has occurred northwest of the Village’s central business district. With I-94 nearby, village residents have easy access to all of Metro Detroit or can visit Canada via the Port Huron or Detroit bor- der crossings. New Haven children go to either the New Haven or Richmond Public Schools. Township students can go to either of these two districts or to Anchor Bay or Armada Schools depending on location. Lenox Township offers rural living with suburban convenience. It is located within 5 minutes of Lake St. Clair and to major transportation routes. Although development has been growing there is still an abundance of land to accommodate residential, office and industrial development. Lenox Township is progressive, responsive and business friendly.

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