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Clinton Township, Michigan, 48038
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Clinton Township apartments are immediately securable in a number of disparate parts of town; it doesn't matter whether you prefer far flung suburbs or dense downtown areas, Clinton Township has family friendly apartments available in every price range. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Clinton Township, your new city!
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In The Beginning...
A long time ago, in a galaxy not far away at all (in fact, in our own galaxy), Clinton Township went by the name of "New Gnadenhutten." It was given this name by David Zeisberger and his followers (known as the Moravians), who founded the city. After a lengthy bit of drama involving both the British and the natives, this settlement grew into a town and eventually a city. Today, Clinton Township is on the periphery of the gigantic settlement known as "Detroit," which helps put it on the map in more ways than one.
Let us fill you in on some simple, non-scandalous things you should know about Clinton Township. Their town papers include the Clinton Chronicle, The Macomb Daily, and The Advisor. We like to think that the Clinton Chronicle came first, because it's such an obvious name to snatch up, but alas that's mere speculation. And speculation has no place in journalism.
There are five school districts and quite a few libraries in town. For your protection, you’ll find 111 police officers and 87 firefighters, who are called "fire department personnel," which we think robs them of their much more common (and awesome) title. The population of town is diverse and the people here are proud of it.
Ready for Fun
Have you heard of the Festival of the Senses? We hadn't until just now, so don't feel bad, because we're scarcely any hipper than you. The festival is Clinton Township's premier opportunity to indulge in everything your eyes, ears, mouth, hands, and nose can manage to handle. Entertainment includes the Chippewa Valley Papoose & Indianettes Team, Gymnasts from Olympia Gymnastic Academy, the Rhythm Fusion Dance Company, and even Tango Dancers. Held in early fall, the festival's got everything, even stained glass art.
Other ways to get your fun on include Jeepers! No, we aren't trying to scare you. Jeepers! is the name of "America's greatest indoor amusement park." Camp Snoopy at The Mall of America, in Minneapolis, may contest Jeepers!’s claim that it’s the greatest indoor amusement park in the nation, but the only way to really know is to visit both.
Hungry yet? Fill your tummy with the Lebanese cuisine (there's that diversity again) on offer at Brigette's Cafe. Enjoy Kibbee, Mjaddra, Tabbouleh, and Grape leaves as you ponder just why you ever—ever!—put up with fast food. That's not to say that if Lebanese cuisine were ever available at 3am via drive-thru, we wouldn't gobble it up in a Beirut minute.
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What's the weather like in Clinton Township?
Clinton Township has a typically Midwestern humid continental climate, which is influenced by the Great Lakes. There are four distinct seasons: cold, snowy winters, hot, humid summers, and mild springs and autumns. The average low in January, the coldest month, is 18 degrees Fahrenheit. The average high in July, the hottest month, is 82 degrees Fahrenheit.
Is Clinton Township pet friendly?
Home to one off-leash dog area and various other animal-tolerant places, Clinton Township is very pet-friendly. Operated by the city, the 1.5-acre, fenced Clinton Township Dog Park is open from dawn to dusk and features benches, complimentary pet waste bags, an area for small dogs, and a drinking fountain for both humans and canines. Use of the dog park is free for pass-holding residents, but visitors must pay a fee. There are also many non-dog-specific parks where you can take your pets in town as long as they are kept on leash, including Canal Park and Frank H. Budd Park. For hiking and camping with your pets, River Bends Park is located 30 minutes northwest of Clinton Township in Shelby Township.
What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Clinton Township?
Clinton Township has a few family-friendly neighborhoods when considering such factors as low crime rates and good schools. Since Clinton Township has a crime rate that is higher than 85 percent of the state's cities and towns, safety is paramount. Clinton Township's five safest neighborhoods are Groesbeck Hwy / Metropolitan Pky, Town Center, Cady, Gratiot Ave / Hall Rd, and 15 Mile Rd / Kelly Rd. The best neighborhoods for schools, however, are 15 Mile Rd / Kelly Rd, Town Center, Hall Rd / Garfield Rd, Cady, and Clinton River Rd / Garfield Rd. Everything considered, then, 15 Mile Rd / Kelly Rd, Town Center, and Cady are some of the best neighborhoods for families in Clinton Township.