Pittsfield Charter Township Reviews
Rating 3.76 out of 5 63 reviews
I have lived here for less than a year. Overall, it is a very diverse area with people of all races, nationalities, and socioeconomic backgrounds. There is also a lot of diversity in the stores around the area. It is not too far from Ann Arbor, the main city in the area, and we got to school there. At least in my neighborhood, it is very new, so I wish there was less construction around us. We have some very nice parks and nature ares, my favorite to go to is Lillie Park.
One of the few places around Ann Arbor where you can still buy or rent a fairly affordable home with amazing recreational opportunities including a lot of pathways.
It's an incredibly diverse area with amenities for all. You get the Best of Ann Arbor, Saline, and Ypsilanti plus premier schools, excellent parks, plenty of trails, low crime, caring local government, and more.
Ann Arbor benefits without the cost. Excellent community for families and students alike. A suburb that fits perfectly between smaller towns and larger cities.
Pittsfield Charter Township is a quiet and cozy place to live. The neighbors are very friendly and I feel safe living here. Here, we have Pittsfield Charter Township taxes, which are lower than Ann Arbor, but we are still a part of the Ann Arbor public school system, so we get the benefit of having one of the best school systems around the area. We are perfectly centered inside the areas of Saline, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, and Milan. We are just a few minutes from Eastern Michigan University, and only 20 minutes from the University of Michigan.
The area that I live in is great! its a good place to raise a family. I would definitely recommenced living here, its near jobs, colleges, and great restaurants.
Safety in this area is one of general comfort and lack of fear. Although crime does occur no matter where you live, an overall feeling of safety exists in our immediate area. Police are not necessarily visible, but I have the expectation that they would come quickly when needed.
One of the best things about my living environment is the cultural diversity. People are free to be different and not feel that they'll be judged for it. Diversity is one of the main reasons we moved to this area, and will be a big factor in any or all other moves I ever make. Diversity is important in friendships, the workplace and college experiences, so this makes my atmosphere an ideal one for personal and professional growth.
There isn't much crime in the city except for some little parts here and there. Typically crime occurs in Ypsilanti, the city next to Ann Arbor.
The area I live in is great. Prefect for families.
Things are always happening on College campuses. Although things happen I feel as though we have good protection and enforcement in my area.
I love that I live in a college area. People seem to stay to themselves and I am happy in the area that I live in. Living in the Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor area is great for networking. I see the future thriving because I live in between two universities.
there is some crime but it's usually handled
Ypsilanti, is always overlooked. Maybe because we border Ann Arbor, one of the best cities in America. Yet somehow we can live in Ypsi and go to Ann Arbor schools. We get a mix of both cities. Ann Arbor is home to many jobs, mainly becuase the hospital and colleges.
There are still a lot of robberies and sexual assult cases, but otherwise it isn't horrible.
It's a great city. It's diverse, people are liberal, and there are always things to do
My part of Pittsfield township is filled with many stores, restaurants, and everything in between and right in the center of all of that is my neighborhood. If that's what you choose to call a high-rise intended for the low-income disabled and elderly. Across the four lane street is a trailer park and an apartment complex - to the left and right of that nothing but spenders and shoppers. I never like to equate money and happiness but I always find myself equating my lack of fund to my lack of happiness at times because of this consumer environment I live in.