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- Public SchoolsC+
- Crime & SafetyC
- Good for FamiliesB-
- Cost of LivingB+
- Health & FitnessB-
- Outdoor ActivitiesB+
Warren is a city in Michigan with a population of 135,192. Warren is in Macomb County. Living in Warren offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Warren there are a lot of restaurants and parks. Many families live in Warren and residents tend to have moderate political views.
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Living in Warren really depends on where in Warren you live, we have many different school options and are very close to many different malls. It is a friendly neighborhood and we are always happy here. I have lived here for 9 years and have loved it. My commute anywhere is always less than a half hour, we are also pretty close to all main freeways! Warren can be nice and affordable where ever you are looking.
I moved to Michigan when I was on the seventh grade. I loved in Hamtramck for 1 year before moving to Warren. The schools I attended were extremely diverse. I grew up with the ability to learn about many different cultures. My friend group especially was diverse. I had friends who were Bengali, Caucasian, Polish, and Hmong. Furthermore, the neighborhood itself is culturally advanced. There are restaurants and many different facilities that allow the general public to learn about other cultures as well. There is nothing I would change about my neighborhood, everyone is friendly and gets along with ease. I've formed many bonds here in 7 years that have grown to become stronger than ones I've had since I was young. I wouldn't trade this experience for the world.
I've been in & out of Warren for 45 years. It is the most boring, flat & uncultured city in Michigan but on par for the mid-west. Safety has never been an issue but recently there were two homicides & one a 1/2 a mile from our block. We are far enough from incinerators so pollution is down but this is 48088; different for those closer to 8 mile. There are many school options here but recently a local Catholic boys school is now causing problems (international news). All 4 seasons are boldy represented. Obesity flourishes & you really need a car to get around (cause & affect). Lots of fast food & maybe one fresh market/grocery that offers healthy/fresh choices. Horrible roads & run down shopping centers. You will not find yourself having an intellectual discussion with strangers as one might in say New York or Chicago. The only reason I come back here is for my mother. Her generation found Warren to be a utopian city in 1962. I find it nearly unbearable.