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Bloomfield Hills is a small city in Oakland County, Michigan, 20 miles northwest of Detroit. The city is one of the richest in the country and has several world-class universities.

Bloomfield Hills Michigan ZIP Codes:

48303, 48304

In 1820, Oakland County was divided into two townships: Pontiac Township and Bloomfield Township. Bloomfield Township became a city in 1932 to avoid being incorporated into Birmingham.

Bloomfield Hills was the setting for the 2005 film The Upside of Anger. It was also the hometown of Trance from the comic book, and the location of the former Machus Red Fox restaurant.

Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church on Long Lake Road (Bloomfield Township), Christ Church Cranbrook Episcopal, Congregational Church of Birmingham United Church of Christ, St. Hugo of the Hills Roman Catholic Church, and Birmingham Unitarian Church are some of the landmark churches in the area.

A total of 1,489 households were found. Of these, 25.7% had children under 18 living with them, 67.7% were married couples living together, 4.9% were single parents, and 25.1% were not families.

In Bloomfield Hills, there are many private schools, including Cranbrook Schools, Cranbrook Academy of Art, St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic School, and the Roeper School. Cranbrook Academy of Art, founded by the Booths in 1932, is in Bloomfield Hills.

As the district's only comprehensive high school, Bloomfield Hills High School serves most of Bloomfield Hills and neighboring communities.

With over 41,000 people, Bloomfield Charter Township is 26 square miles filled with rolling hills, winding roads, and picturesque lakes and streams. In addition to police and fire departments, it has road, water and sewer divisions, too.

A number of statistics show that the population of the city is significantly above the state average.

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