One of America's Best Places to Live, Work, and Play
Ask anyone who lives, works, or owns a business in Saline and they're almost sure to tell you some variation of this thought: "We're a friendly, family-oriented town."
In Saline you'll find upscale shops, restaurants, and services – in and around our quaint, intimate downtown and surrounding our clean, safe neighborhoods – while enjoying natural beauty and room to roam on the city's rural edges.
About 9,400 people live within Saline's city limits. Another 20,000+ live in outlying areas within the Saline Area Schools district, renowned for its excellence. Housing values and household income are well above average for the state and country.
With all Saline has to offer, it’s no wonder Bloomberg Businessweek named Saline "The Best Place to Raise Kids" in the State of Michigan for 2013.
Saline is just a short drive from the world-class academic, cultural, and sports attractions of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. Downtown Detroit is only an hour away.
More Saline Resources
Downtown Saline is a great destination anytime of the year, if you haven't visted lately stop by and see whats new.
Bigger! Better! Beautiful! Our library has doubled in size, adding many new resources and striking new interiors. What hasn’t changed: the great service.
What brings families here, more than anything, are our great schools. Newsweek recently ranked Saline High School among the nation’s best.
Saline Senior Center is focused on enriching the lives of our area senior citizens through educational programs, social activities and many great services.
For the best in medical care, our community members rely on St. Joe’s newly expanded, award-winning Saline facility. It’s close to downtown.
An association for people sharing a common interest in the history of the Saline area and to encourage preservation and provide education and activities.
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- Saline Senior Center »
- St. Joseph Mercy Saline Hospital »
- Saline Area Historical Society »