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Overview of Oak Park

Oak Park, Mich., is a city in south Oakland County. It is located 11 miles northwest of Detroit, which makes it easy for people to explore the attractions and entertainment in Motown.

The U.S. Census Bureau states that Oak Park had a population of 29,319 residents in 2010. This city saw its population increase 0.7 percent between April 1, 2010, and July 1, 2011, while the state's population decreased by 0.1 percent during the same time frame.

Many people pursue Oak Park apartments for rent because this city is part of the Detroit Metro region. Oak Park continues to make improvements in a number of areas, including completing the I-696 freeway and widening I-75 north of Square Lake Road.

Living in Oak Park, MI

European settlers arrived in the area surrounding Oak Park in the 1800s. As its population grew, the city of Oak Park was established in 1840. However, it did not stay this way for long, and was incorporated as a town in 1927. Eighteen years later, Oak Park was reincorporated as a city, a status it has maintained since that time.

Many well-educated residents live in Oak Park, which is reflected in U.S. Census Bureau data. About 88 percent of Oak Park residents who were 25 years old and up were high school graduates in 2010. Additionally, roughly 29 percent of Oak Park citizens in this age group had bachelor's degrees in the aforementioned time frame.

Oak Park encompasses 5.16 square miles of land and has about 5,678 residents per square mile. This city had a median household income that was on par with the state's average from 2006 to 2010 - $48,476 to $48,432, respectively - and 6.3 percent of its population was under the age of 5 in 2010. 

Oak Park Work and Study

Oak Park School District provides educational opportunities to students in the area. This school system has earned its good reputation for the quality of its education programs, educators and staff, and the district's learning goals for students in kindergarten through grade 6 allow them to develop personal and social skills that could last a lifetime.

The University of Detroit Mercy is located near Oak Park and was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top regional universities in the Midwest in 2012. This school has a 14-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of 20 students.


Rentals in Oak Park, MI and Cost of Living

While it can be expensive to live in certain cities and towns, many people find that there is a mix of affordable rentals in Oak Park. There are usually apartments available in this city priced between $500 and $800 per month.

Oak Park Attractions and Special Events

Oak Park residents can enjoy various annual festivals. The City Parade, FunDay, Halloween Spooktacular and Winterfest are just a few of the events that provide entertainment to citizens throughout the year.

The Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak is a popular spot for visitors of all ages. This park is located about four miles northeast of Oak Park and is home to a variety of species, including birds, mammals, reptiles and more. The zoo also has a wild adventure ride, 3-D/4-D theater and other attractions.

Those who are exploring the apartments for rent in Oak Park can check out Historic Fort Wayne in Detroit. This fort is a replica of the model built by Major John Whistler and his crew in 1815. People can walk through the area at any time and may explore the interior of its buildings during tours.

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