Raisinville, MI

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Raisinville, MI

About Raisinville, MI

Raisinville, MI is a vibrant and charming small town with plenty of local charm. It has a friendly and welcoming community, full of local businesses and unique attractions. The town square hosts a monthly farmers market and there are plenty of exciting outdoor activities like hiking, biking or fishing to enjoy. There are also many cultural events throughout the year that celebrate the diverse population of Raisinville, from art festivals to live music concerts. No matter what you're looking for, Raisinville is sure to have something special to offer! Small port city - Southeastern Michigan along Lake Erie between Detroit and Toledo.

State: Michigan
County: Monroe County
Metro Area: Monroe Metro Area
City: Raisinville
Zip Codes: No Zip Codes Here.
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Time zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Elevation: 593 ft above sea level

Monroe is an old manufacturing and port city along the western shore of Lake Erie between Detroit and Toledo, Ohio. This typically Midwestern town contains numerous early-20th-century homes on shaded streets and some historic attractions related to the residence of General George A. Custer. It is quiet, with plenty of water recreation.

The economy is diverse, with the headquarters of furniture giant La-Z-Boy and plants of the Monroe Auto Equipment Company (maker of Monroe shocks and struts, now a division of Tenneco) being among the mainstays. The cost of living profile is a bit high for the type of town and region, and educational attainment is low. Detroit is 40 miles north and Toledo is 25 miles south, offering amenities missing locally.

The area is mainly level with areas of deciduous woods mixed with farmland. The climate is continental with some lake influence, although its west shore location diminishes winter snows compared to other lake locations. Summers are warm and humid but are cooled by lake breezes. The lake location brings considerable cloudiness in all seasons and especially in winter. First freeze is mid-October, last is late April.

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Raisinville Cost of Living

Small-town feel, historic interest, and low crime rates make Raisinville a great place to live.

-35.5% lower than avg
+15.5% higher than avg
$921 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-24.6% lower than avg
Raisinville Crime
19.4 / 100
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