Located in northeast Macomb County, the city of over 6,140 is an active small town with tree-lined streets and quiet atmosphere. Richmond is growing, as more residents and businesses discover its convenient location between Port Huron and Mt. Clemens. The four faced town clock located on Main Street is a marker from the city's history. Demographics
Officials: Strong council government with several elected members and a full time city manager.
City Hall: 68225 Main Street - 810-727-7571
Businesses: Strong downtown area with small stores, car dealerships, restaurants and other commerce. Light industry located throughout the city, along with three shopping centers. A small industrial park located on 32 mile road includes a regional Michigan State Police post.
Shopping: Kmart and Kroger anchor the city's largest commercial plaza, at Gratiot and M-19. Lenox Square Mall on Gratiot is anchored by Schmidt and Schwark IGA. The downtown business district offers a variety of goods and services.
Library: Richmond hosts a large and friendly library, expanded in 1992. Located on 32 mile road next to Richmond High School.
Parks: Beebe Street Park, Bailey Street Park, and Gierk Street Park
Big Events: Merchant Expo, Fireworks festival, "Good Old Days", Christmas parade