About the Area:
One of the bigger towns located on the outskirts of Ann Arbor. With a population of 9,080; you will always find a community event to attend. Although it's size, this fantastic town does not sacrifice small town charm. Welcoming and homey, Saline is a great place to live.
Saline Schools have some of the top ratings. With a 9 out of 10 rating from greatschools.org and an A+ grade fromniche.com; this school system is a great place to get a great education.
Here are a few link to explore Saline Schools:
-Saline High School (9-12)
-Saline Middle School (6-8)
-Heritage School (4-5)
-Harvest Elementary School (K-3)
-Pleasant Ridge Elementary School (K-3)
-Woodland Meadows Elementary School (K-3)
Notable People in your Community:
Playing 12 seasons for the Detroit Tigers, Brandon Inge moved to Saline from Virginia where he attended Virginia Commonwealth University. Saline is also where Lisa Bonder called home. Born in Columbus, Ohio and raised in Saline, this four-time title winning professional tennis player had many impressive career achievements.
Landmarks Of Interest:
Saline is full of museums. Depot Museum and Trail is a great place to start. Learn all about the railroad system in Saline and the owners of the property. You're even able to walk the trail along the rails! Another great historical museum to visit is the Weber Blaess School House. This one-room school house was built before Michigan became a state. Although where it is Located now is not it's original location, it was moved to Saline in 2002 from Lodi Township.
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Places To Eat:
There are many great places to eat in Saline, Here are a few to start:
Cancun Mexican Grill
My Brewed Awakenings Cafe
Bridgewater Bank Tavern
Events Going On In Saline:
Saline Farmers Market
September 12th, 19th, 26th & October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
2015 Buddy Walk fro Down Syndrome Support
SAHS- Harvest Time On The Farm
Building Business Relationships Breakfast