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.
The village started with very humble beginnings - its original inhabitants totaled a mere 413 people and the town's only major feature was its railroad station. Now more than 175 years later, it has grown to a population of more 5,000 and offers many assets including a friendly school district, community gathering areas, many attractive subdivisions and a hub of industry with access to nearby thoroughfares. New Haven is an attractive place to be - for a day or a lifetime.
Dec. 17, 2021 – The Voice – Village of New Haven offers prizes in Holiday Lights Contest
Nov. 16, 2021 – The Voice – New Haven’s Fountain Park receives upgrades
Oct. 6, 2021 – The Voice – New Haven Community Schools to celebrate 100 years at homecoming
July 25, 2019 – The Voice – New Haven marks sesquicentennial
July 11, 2019 – The Voice – New Haven-Lenox Fireworks set to launch
Nov. 22, 2018 – The Macomb Daily – New Haven opens holiday season at historic train depot
Local Resources and Amenities
Top signature event
- M-3/Gratiot Ave.
- 26 Mile Road
Parks and recreation facilities
- Fountain Park
- Division Street Park