About Macomb, MI.
During the 19th century, settlers of German descent who were in search of flat and fertile land settled in Macomb. However, on 7th March 1834 the legislative council officially approved Macomb. The first settlers immediately started undertaking development plans by building multiple industries. During the period of 2000 to 2008, there was unprecedented growth with a 48 per cent increase in population. Courtesy of the increased population, Macomb started experiencing tremendous economic growth making it one of the most vibrant townships in Michigan State.
Courtesy of the numerous developments, Macomb is home to some of the best amenities in Michigan. The facilities are mostly set up by the government while some are courtesy of private investors. The education sector is one of the most notable aspects about this county with several public school districts serving residents of Macomb. Some of the schools that serve this township include: New Haven Community Schools, Utica Community Schools, Chippewa Valley Schools and L’Anse Creuse Public Schools. Additionally, there are various government organs that oversee the delivery of important services such as: medical, security and emergency services. Residents are also able to earn a decent income courtesy of the numerous job opportunities created by the different sectors in Macomb’s economy.
There are also several recreational and entertainment joints that bring Macomb’s population of 79,580 together. In addition, the transport network connects the city to other major towns. With a well structured government, availability of facilities and high employment rate, Milford is a financially stable city which is conducive for anyone who wants to build a solid future.