Located in Washtenaw County, Saline is home to over 8,000 residents and covers 4.14 square miles. Residents of Saline enjoy an abundance of parks, museums, walking paths, retail shops, restaurants, and businesses. The city is well known for its annual Celtic Festival and features other prominent events such as the downtown Farmer’s Market and Art Around Saline.
The staff and city council of Saline take great pride in delivering exceptional services to residents and businesses. All that hard work pays off as Saline is consistently ranked as a top place to live in Michigan and across the nation! Saline attracts residents of all ages and backgrounds but stands out as a premier community for raising a family. In the U.S. News 2017 survey, Saline High School ranked as Michigan’s fifth-best high school and within the top 400 nationwide. In 2013, Business Week magazine named Saline as Michigan’s best town for raising children. Saline also earned an A+ in the Niche.com ranking of Michigan’s best places to live. That is an A+ for public schools, an A+ for raising a family, and an A+ overall.
Among of its suite of municipal services, the City of Saline operates a 24/7 police department, a robust parks and recreation department including the Saline Recreation Complex, a Water Treatment Plant, and Wastewater Treatment Plant.