City of Fraser
Fraser’s wonderful neighborhoods offer an ideal place to raise and educate children, worship, shop and work. There are homes of many values and styles, and the oldest mesh nicely with the newest, creating an appealing balance. A good percentage of Fraser residents who sell their first home usually move to another house in Fraser.
Fraser has an excellent school system and library, as well as Recreation, Public Works, and Public Safety departments. Employees, residents and several fraternity groups, such as the Veterans of War, Lions and Knights of Columbus, all work together for the good of the city. Working with the local nonprofit Fraser First Booster Club, the city has created the McKinley Barrier-Free Park – a destination boundless park and playground for children of all abilities.
Consisting of only four square miles, Fraser is known as the “small town with a big heart.” It is proud of the extraordinary services, kindness and care it offers to residents.
County promotes tree sales ahead of Freedom Hill event
C&G News, 3/15/17
O'Vintage House carries on the St. Patrick's Day tradition of O'Hara's
Macomb Daily, 3/15/17
Empty Bowls celebrates 10th anniversary in Fraser
C&G Newspapers, 02/01/17
Green Lantern hosts fundraiser for sinkhole-impacted residents
Macomb Daily, 01/29/17
Fraser teacher honored for encouraging classroom diversity
C&G Newspapers, 01/25/17