The City of East Detroit was founded January 7, 1929 under the Home Rule City Act by a vote of the residents of East Detroit. Before becoming East Detroit, we were the Village of Halfway, Erin Township and Orange Township. In 1992, the voters changed the name of East Detroit to Eastpointe. The City's Charter and Code of Ordinances can be found here.
The Southeast Michigan Coalition of Governments (SEMCOG) provides data, gathered from many sources, to the communities in its jurisdiction. The 2010 Census shows 32,442 residents in 13,796 housing units, making the average household size 2.58 persons (9.0% vacancy).
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