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Springfield Township Oakland County Michigan - Davisburg


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Springfield Township in Oakland County Michigan was named for the numerous springs in the area and contains the headwaters of the Huron, Shiawassee, Clinton and Flint Rivers. 

Located in Northwest Oakland County, Springfield Township is a community that takes pride in its abundant natural resources and small-town charm. This 37 square-mile community is centrally located within 20 minutes of both Flint and Pontiac, two I-75 interchanges provide easy access from Springfield to the major centers of Michigan.

Several Community parks, Springfield Oaks County Park and Indian Springs Metropark provide recreational swimming, hiking, golfing, biking and horseback riding. In the heart of Springfield is the little Town of Davisburg Michigan. Serving as Springfield’s downtown district, Davisburg MI is home to the Township Hall, charming shops and services.

Springfield Township has remained one of Oakland County’s little secrets!

Springfield Township, like much of the surrounding area, has lakes and rivers trailing through it. Summer cottages and homes were built on the edges of these lakes and rivers, adding some late Victorian architecture to the mix of earlier Greek, Gothic, and Italian Revival style buildings. Even so, for a very long time, Springfield remained mostly a farming area, with large tracts of arable land, and old farmhouses dotted in the fields.

Urbanites looking for a small tranquil town in which to raise their families and the construction of I-75 which bought them to the Village's doorstep have accelerated growth. Today Springfield’s residents are a combination of ancestors of the earliest settlers, tradesmen and farmers; teachers, vacationers and urbanites who continue to find the rich architectural heritage irresistible.


Homes come in a wide variety, from the old farmhouses that still stand and have been refurbished, to the summer cottages that make cozy dwelling places for couples and retirees, to new construction that mimics the styles of homes already established in the area. Lots are large as builders are ensuring that people can feel a sense of country, even though they are in a sub-division.

North Oakland County is filled with activities. Come and enjoy sports at the Palace of Auburn Hills or if you like to ski or take in a concert, try DTE Music Theatre, just a stone’s throw from Springfield Township. Located just a few minutes away is Michigan's largest mall — Great Lakes Crossings or wile away an afternoon at Canterbury Village where it's always Christmas.

Springfield Township is a treasure waiting to be discovered! For those looking for beauty, tranquility and affordability, you can’t go wrong with Springfield Township
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Some Information Courtesy of Manda August

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Davisburg Michigan - Neighborhood Information - 48350


Davisburg, Springfield Township Michigan

Population
Total Population 6,931
Male Population (50.0 %) 3,468
Female Population (49.9 %) 3,462
Percent Change Since 2000 0.5 %
Percent Change Since 2010 0.1 %
Median Age 40.69
Employment
White Collar 764
Blue Collar 571
Households
Total Households 2,494
Family Households 1,953
Non-family Households 542
Households With Children 914
Households Without Children 1,581
Average People Per Household 2.77
Education (Number of people who have achieved the following levels of education)
No High School 53
Some High School 267
Some College 1,063
Associate Degree 451
Bachelors Degree 1,006
Graduate Degree 598
Marital Status (Number of people who have the following marital status)
Never Married 1,612
Married 2,731
Separated 40
Widowed 31
Divorced 372
Income/Financial
Average Household Income $74,937
Median Household Income $78,363
Median Income Under 25 $25,000
Median Income 25-44 $66,591
Median Income 45-64 $83,142
Median Income Over 65 $57,935
Percent Increase/Decrease in Income Since 2000 18.0 %
Percent Increase/Decrease in Income Since 2010 15.0 %
Average Household Net Worth $754,855
Median Home Sale Price $165,000
Sales Tax Rate 6.0 %
Sales Tax Type PL
Average Household Total Expenditure $57,678
Weather
Average High in January 29.50 °F
Average Low in January 14.50 °F
Average High in July 80.30 °F
Average Low in July 57.70 °F
Annual Precipitation 70.34 in.
Air Pollution Index 96
Other Amenities
Airport Bishop International
Miles To Airport 19
Junior College OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE-HIGHLAND LAKES
Miles To Junior College 10
University MADONNA UNIVERSITY-ORCHARD LAKE CENTER
Miles To University 13
Sports Team Tigers
Miles To Sports Team 37
Lifestyle
The following values are represented as an index, where the value 100 represents the national average.
Below Average Above Average
Total Household Expenditure
 
 
104
Contributions
 
 
103
Insurance
 
 
106
Clothing
 
 
104
Education
 
 
105
Entertainment
 
 
105
Food
 
 
103
Healthcare
 
 
101
Household Furnishings
 
 
107
Shelter
 
 
105
Household Operations
 
 
107
Other
 
 
102
Personal Care
 
 
104
Reading
 
 
105
Tobacco
 
 
96
Transportation
 
 
106
Utilities
 
 
100
Gifts
 
 
106
Crime
The following values are represented as an index, where the value 100 represents the national average.
Below Average Above Average
Total Crime Risk
 
 
48
Personal Crime Risk
 
 
48
Murder Risk
 
 
13
Rape Risk
 
 
75
Robbery Risk
 
 
7
Assault Risk
 
 
119
Property Crime Risk
 
 
54
Burglary Risk
 
 
74
Larceny Risk
 
 
65
Automotive Theft Risk
 
 
37
Data on community demographi​cs provided by OnBoard LLC Copyright © OnBoard LLC. Informatio​n is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed​. All community demographi​cs data is for the year 2013 unless otherwise specified.​