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ADDENDUM: Bloomfield Hills

Area: 5 square miles. Boundaries: Quarton Road to Hickory Grove, Lahser Road to areas east of Kensington Road and west of Squirrel Road. Population: 4,489 Median Sale Price: $713,000 (Dec. 2021) Median Family Income: $179,000 Economic Base: Residential, 10-15% of property is occupied by Although Bloomfield Hills is small in size (five square miles) and private schools and clubs. Tax Rates: (2021) Per $1,000 Homestead Non-Homestead is limited in population it features some of the most beautiful Birmingham School District: 36.6001 48.3213 residential settings in the country with an exclusive quality of life. Bloomfield Hills School District: 36.0834 47.9749 Library: Baldwin Library, 300 Merrill, Birmingham, (248) 647-1700, www.baldwinlib.org Lending library bookshelf in City Hall. Houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, J. Robert Schools: Birmingham Public Schools (248) 203-3000, F. Swanson and Minoru Yamasaki can be found along its winding Bloomfield Hills Public Schools (248) 341-5400 residential roads. Many of these estates are graciously secluded Protection: Public Safety- (248) 644-4200. Emergencies call 911. behind ivied walls and lush landscaping. Caretaker or in-law cottages, Transportation: Bloomfield Hills is an opt-out community. No bus service is available. Bloomfield Township Seniors Services offers door to door medical terraced gardens and ponds, private tennis courts and swimming transportation to seniors. Call (248) 723-3500

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pools are standard features for these one-of-a-kind estates. New construction stays in step with the old with the new enclaves offering unparallel luxury for high achieving residents, many of whom are leaders in business, the professions, education and the arts. Private schools, religious institutions and private clubs occupy approximately 10-15% of Bloomfield Hills. The Cranbrook Educational Community alone covers 315 acres. While most of these clubs and institutions are not part of the tax base they do make an outsized contribution, which cannot be duplicated or replaced, to the unique social, spiritual and intellectual lifestyle of Bloomfield Hills. 6

Utilities: DTE Energy (electric), Consumers Energy (gas), AT&T (phone), Comcast (cable), SOCWA (248) 288-5150, GFL Wastehauler (844) 464-3587 (See Basics) City of Bloomfield Hills 45 E. Long Lake Road • Bloomfield Hills 48304 (248) 644-1520 • www.bloomfieldhillsmi.net Additional Phone Numbers: 48th District Court………………………………………………………(248) 647-1141 Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber……………………….…………….(248) 644-1700 Bloomfield Hills Recreation………………………………..……………(248) 341-6400 The Community House………………………………….……………...(248) 644-5832 Cranbrook Educational Community……………………..…………..(248) 645-3000 Critter Control……………………………………………………..…..(734) 454-7171 Hazardous Waste - S.O.C.R.R.A. …………………………….… (248) 288-5150