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About Mount Clemens

Mount Clemens is a small city in Michigan's Macomb County. Located within the Detroit metropolitan area, Mount Clemens is conveniently located 7 miles north of St. Clair Shores and 20 miles northeast of downtown Detroit. Macomb County locals call the area "The Clem," and it's known as the place to be for entertainment and nightlife.

The History of Mount Clemens

Mount Clemens was named after Christian Clemens in 1818. He surveyed the area in 1795 and became one of its first settlers. Clemens built a log cabin where the county court building stands today, laying out lots and streets to create the city. Mount Clemens was incorporated as a village in 1837, but was upgraded to a city in 1879 when its population reached more than 3,000.

In the 1870s, residents were working on developing salt wells when they discovered mineral waters. This discovery helped Mount Clemens establish a thriving mineral bath industry. Famous visitors, including Clark Gable, Mae West, Babe Ruth and the Vanderbilt family, came to the Mount Clemens minerals baths from all over the country.

Living and Working in Mount Clemens

As a Mount Clemens local, you'll find plenty of enjoyable activities to keep you busy. During warm weather, you can fish and boat at Clinton River Park, Shadyside Park and MacArthur Park. The Sleepy Hollow trails offer a scenic walk and the opportunity to see local wildlife. When winter falls, the outdoor ice-skating rinks of Dorothea-Leonore Park and Lawndale Park are two popular spots in the city. The Mount Clemens downtown area features shopping centers, restaurants and movie theaters, and has earned a reputation for its vibrant nightlife.

The majority of Mount Clemens businesses are office-based professional services. A large percentage of locals work in sales, office and administrative support roles.Management, business and finance jobs are also fairly popular in the city. Retail is a prominent industry in Mount Clemens, especially after the recent revitalization of the downtown region.

Mount Clemens Schools

Mount Clemens Community School District is a small public school district based in Mount Clemens. In addition to its traditional campuses, the district also operates a STEM-based campus.

Resources for Moving to Mount Clemens

Here are a few helpful resources to simplify your move to Mount Clemens:

  • Utilities: DTE Energy is the city's main electricity provider. The Mount Clemens utilities department manages water and sewer services.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Trash and recyclables are collected on a regular basis. Bulky trash pick-up is another available option.
  • Transportation: Mount Clemens is part of the SMART bus transit system. Senior citizens can also take advantage of Dial-a-Ride and Senior Shopper transportation.

Mount Clemens Housing

Many of the homes in Mount Clemens are mid-century properties, with about half of the city's houses built in the 1940s and 50s. This gives the city's residential areas a unique historical character, which is a major draw for many locals. Another attractive feature of the Mount Clemens housing market is that it's very affordable, with a median home value that's well below the national average.