Three Area Townships Make List of Safest Places in Michigan
If we asked you to name the safest place in Michigan to live, you'd probably say somewhere in the Upper Peninsula or maybe a rich suburb of Detroit like Bloomfield Hills. Nope. The honor actually goes to little ol' Gaines Township.
Tucked away on the western edge of Genesee County, Gaines Township is the home to about 6,800 residents, including me. The website Homesnacks.net ranked 194 cities and towns in Michigan with a population of 5,000 or more. Thetford Township and Lapeer Township also made the site's Top 10.
Muskegon Heights was deemed the most-dangerous in Michigan, with Flint landing in the bottom five.
The site used FBI data to analyze communities with a population of 5,000 or more, taking into account violent crimes per capita, property crimes per capita, and total crimes per capita.
Here are the Top 10 safest cities, according to Homesnacks.net:
- Gaines Township
- Raisin Township
- Lapeer Township
- Thetford Township
- Grosse Ile Township
- Spring Arbor Township
- Kinross Township
- Grand Ledge
- Hamburg Township
Follow this link for the complete list.