Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsB+
- Crime & SafetyNG
- Good for FamiliesB
- Cost of LivingB+
- Health & FitnessC+
- Outdoor ActivitiesC+
Ira Township is located in Michigan with a population of 5,119. Ira Township is in St. Clair County. Living in Ira Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. Residents of Ira Township tend to be conservative. The public schools in Ira Township are above average.
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Ira Township Reviews
I like it here, it is quite and everyone is generally very respectful. It has its own little beach and is not to far from other cities and stores as well.
I enjoy the quietness of the neighborhood. The neighbors are always friendly and willing to help each other. The houses are not so close to each other to feel like a suburb but more like a country setting. The dirt roads maybe the only concern for some people.
I love the area I live in. There are plenty things to do, including being out on Lake St. Clair or even camping at our local state park. We also have plenty of small parks that include disc golf or even kayaking. You can never be bored living in this area. I personally would like to move away, as much as I love the lake and this town. The water is great and it freezes in the winter so everyone enjoys ice fires and snowmobile races. I see this town decreasing in size, seeing they have already shut down 3 elementary schools and are combining the middle school and high school. I see only rich, high class citizens living here in the future. Living on the water/by the water cost a lot, and I'm not sure with our economy people will be able to afford it. I personally would not live here if i could re-do life. I would chose to be out west in the mountains. I believe it is more scenic and a lot more outdoor friendly.