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Saginaw, MI

Saginaw, MI

Saginaw, MI

Moving to Saginaw, MI?
If you are moving to Saginaw, you are in for a wonderful treat! This area is the perfect size to offer your family all you can imagine, but with a hometown feel. The population of 51,500 people enjoy yearly average temperatures around 55 degrees. Be sure to pack your gloves and scarves when you move, as the yearly lows in January and February get into the teens. But the summers make up for the cold! The summers are pleasant and mild with highs in the 80s.

Living in Saginaw
If you’re planning on moving to Saginaw, you’ll be pleased to know the town offers a number of diverse neighborhoods to fit every living style; such neighborhoods include The Woods, Heritage Square, Southwest Village, Triangle Parks, Covenant Neighborhood, and so many more.

Education in Saginaw, MI
The town offers opportunities for educational growth as the community is served by Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University. If you are moving to Saginaw with children, you be happy to know that the Saginaw Public School system serves the area! The SPD was one of the three school districts initially selected to participate in the Michigan Scholar’s program, so it is a great place for your kids to learn!

Things to do in Saginaw
After moving to Saginaw, you will find the Downtown area provides residents with entertainment venues like the Temple Theatre and the Dow Event Center (home to Saginaw Spirit Ontario Hockey League team). Downtown Saginaw is also proud to offer residents fresh produce and other delicious treats at the Farmers Market. Along the Riverfront of Saginaw you’ll find constant opportunities to fish from the banks or pier, walk along the Saginaw Riverwalk, or enjoy fireworks over Ojibway Island. At Saginaw’s Celebration Square you can find the Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House, Hoyt Park, Saginaw Children’s Zoo, Garber Tennis Courts, Andersen Enrichment Center, and so many other exciting recreational activities. After moving to Saginaw, your children are sure to enjoy a day playing at Wickes Park where the award winning playgrounds were partially designed by the area children.

Moving to Saginaw – helpful resources
City Website
Chamber of Commerce
New Resident Guide
Arts and Entertainment
Public Library

The service center for Saginaw, MI is located in Saginaw, MI.

Information about Saginaw, MI

Est. Population: 55238
County: Saginaw
Latitude: 43.4333
Longitude: -83.9333
Zip Codes: 48601