The City of Bloomfield Hills is a mature yet dynamic community of predominately residential areas. The rolling terrain, woodlands, watercourses, and distinctive architecture make the city quite unique.
In 1926, the area of Bloomfield Hills had outgrown its first two names, "Bagley's Corners" and "Circle City", but, it was still part of Bloomfield Township and consisted almost entirely of large estates. Voters in 1927 approved the incorporation of the Hills as a village, elected a President and drew up a Board of Commissioners. In order to keep from being incorporated into the then-forming City of Birmingham Bloomfield Hills electors voted for cityhood in 1932... Read More