The vision of the City of Roseville Department of Community and Economic Development, as well as the Downtown Development Authority, is to revitalize and sustain long term economic stability for the City of Roseville and the historic "Utica Junction"/Gratiot downtown businesses area and provide attractive places to shop, live, and work while enhancing the arts and historic identity of Roseville.
Roseville is a community of over 48,000 residents. While the city is almost fully developed, a proactive approach to attracting and retaining businesses over the years has led to reinvestment and expansion of existing properties. The affordable housing stock has created opportunities for families just starting out, as well as those wishing to remain in Roseville.
Welcome to Roseville, Michigan; located in southern Macomb County…an established community featuring a wide variety of residential, commercial, and industrial opportunities.
The Seal of Roseville says it all about this great city...Family, Community, Church, and Country. Each of these values is incorporated into the everyday operations of the city. Upwards of 50 churches provide ministry to many walks of faith. Numerous organizations and service clubs based in Roseville tend to the needs of the community. A drive down Gratiot Avenue reveals a large selection of restaurants, and retail outlets, including the Macomb Mall which is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar rebirth and renovation. Interstate Highways I-94 (which runs north and south through the city) and I-696 (which travels east and west through the middle of Roseville) provide access to residents and businesses to any location in the greater Detroit area.
Roseville is home to companies in the automotive, military, printing, paper recycling, food service industries, and many more. Approximately 681 acres of Roseville are devoted to industrial property. Easy access to I-94 and I-696, the Groesbeck corridor and CN Railway make Roseville desirable to many industries.