- Suburb of Detroit, MI
Rating 3.28 out of 5 85 reviews
I currently live in Roseville, at first when I moved here I wasn't a big fan until i found out how cool it is. It has a big SOOOO many food choices, a lot of them are fast food places . They also have 4-5 grocery stores so its easy and quick just to head to the store and get something to eat for dinner or just pick up regular groceries and they have TONS of stores whether it be makeup, smoke shops, gas stations, clothing stores etc.
Roseville has reasonably priced housing. The city is filled with businesses within walking distance. Many public parks.
Roseville is an amazing city. The thing I love the most is it’s proximity to food shopping medical and other things that are needed within a community. A lot of these places are in walking distance or can be traveled to by public transportation. It is also a very safe city with very low rates of crime and bad things that happen within the neighborhood.
Hello, I like how convenient I am to so many different stores. They all are within a three-mile radius including restaurants. I don't have to go far for goods. This what I like the most. The community is pleasant, with people willing to assist you at any given moment.
The city nitpicks everything you do, it looks dingy, there's not much to do in the area, and their school systems aren't the best academic wise.
I have lived here for 2 years with no problems at all. I love how close to the freeways I am and I have everything I could need in a mile in each direction.
I love living in the city of Roseville. Although there are always areas of improvement, the city is such a wonderful place. The people are always very friendly, and I always feel safe in the neighborhood, which is always a good thing to have in the back of your mind.
My community always give back even when times are harder for others. My community support the endeavors of young adults, small businesses, and trouble families with offering food assistance pantries and non-profits. All in all, my community is a diverse neighborhood supporting families through their ups and downs with looking out for one another and our kids.
I live in the city of Roseville and I would not recommend it to anyone I’m a single father who is disabled and today they shut off my water for $100 balance now today I have to try to bathe my four-year-old and water that I’m trying to save up right now they have No sympathy for any other residence and overall is a terrible city!
I love my city, but after being robbed it was difficult to be home. The police department was very helpful and very quick to arrive on scene, even after a car accident on our street leaving our van totaled. While that isn't an issue, roads, and overall looks seem to lack in the city.
Where I live the air isn't very good. Lots of unpleasant smells, possibly sometimes masked by the smells from fast food restaurants. A couple times a week I smell marijuana or skunk somewhere in my neighborhood. I live right by the Macomb Mall. Often people come straight off Gratiot and like to speed down the roads. Witnessed many accidents just on my street. Several in front of my house. I take walks at night, but always with someone else and my dogs. It doesn't feel safe to walk alone (at night). I like to ride my bike, but there is often (from my experience) a blatant disregard for cyclists at crosswalks. The biggest thing that I like is that there is a variety of stores close by. Some within walking distance, and some which might require just a quick bus ride down Gratiot. Roseville is a livable area, but I would not want to settle down or raise my family here.
Roseville is so clean and has everything you need so close to you. I loved the schools and parks. Everyone in the neighborhood is so friendly and nice.
I have lived in Roseville for the last ten years. I have grown to love my neighbors and I love the fact I have local shopping facilities. Also, I love being close to local expressways.
Its very quiet and peaceful i have no complaints.i moved to Roseville for a change of environment i do believe that it is the best decision i could have made it is very diverse community.
A lot of houses in the area aren’t taken care of, which decreases the value of other homes. It would be nice to see people take better care of their homes and for empty lots to either be maintained or have new homes built on them.
There is nothing quite spectacular or gripping about Roseville. It does, however, have some cute small-town vibes to it. Certain areas of the city are incredibly attractive, with quick access to Detroit and various cities around it. The public school system in this city is not known for its quality. Crime has gone up in certain areas of the city, but it has not made a noticeable dent. Diverse families live here and present a unique opportunity for fostering connections between people. A plan for downtown development and the continuing growth of Macomb Mall, a once rundown mall now making its comeback, are exciting prospects for the city's future.
Roseville is a very safe and vibrant community. There are many shopping centers, schools, hiking trails, parks, etc.... The nice thing about Roseville is that it is super close to Rocklin, Granite Bay, and other towns so there is so much to do and see.