Village of New Haven
New Haven's rich history is part of what makes it a lovely, modern place to live today. First settled by French explorers in 1835, the town became a frequent visiting place for the likes of Thomas Edison and, later, famous actors such as Mickey Rooney.
From its humble beginnings (its original population was a mere 413 people, and the town's only major feature was its railroad station) it has grown to a population of nearly 5,000. Residents enjoy a friendly school district and fun community park, in addition to many other assets. A number of subdivisions were built there in the early 2000s, and a boom of industry on Gratiot has made New Haven a very attractive place to be, for a day or a lifetime.
New Haven News:
County promotes tree sales ahead of Freedom Hill event
C&G News, 3/15/17
Haven Place seeks volunteers
Macomb Daily, 01/24/17
New home construction ends decade of stalled development in New Haven
The Voice, 01/20/17
New Haven to focus on image, growth in 2017
The Voice, 12/29/16
New Haven Rocketfest blasts off
Macomb Daily, 7/13/16