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Beverly Hills/Bingham Farms

Beverly Hills

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Beverly Hills Welcome SignLocated in southeastern Oakland County, the Village of  Beverly Hills combines resort-style living with big-city amenities. Within its 4.25 square-mile community are tranquil neighborhoods, the Rouge River and a population of 10,500, making it the largest village in Michigan. 

For outdoor and community entertainment, Beverly Park offers nature trails, a playscape and tennis courts. In addition Riverside Park offers a quiet spot to enjoy the River Rouge, which winds through the village. 

Village of Beverly Hills
18500 West 13 Mile Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025
Phone: 248- 646-6404

Beverly HillsBusiness Development and Professional Training

The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber
124 West Maple Road, Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248-644-1700 

Community Essentials

Beverly Park
Located on Beverly Road between Evergreen and Southfield, Beverly Park features a covered pavilion, nature trails, playscape, tennis and basketball courts. Throughout the year, the hosts several events including:

Winter Family Fun Day
Held the third Sunday in January, this popular event features sledding, ice skating and cross country skiing.

Memorial Day Parade and Carnival
Sponsored by the Village Woman's Club, it begins at Groves High School and proceeds to Beverly Park. The Carnival is held in Beverly Park with rides, games and refreshments.

Beverly HillsBirmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council (BASCC)
Midvale Center
2121 Midvale Avenue, Birmingham Michigan 48009
Phone: 248-203-5270

Friends of the Rouge
University of Michigan - Dearborn
220 Academic Support Center, 4901 Evergreen, Dearborn, MI  48128
Phone: 313-792-9900  

Southeastern Oakland County Resource Recycling Authority (SOCRRA)
3910 West Webster Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073
Phone: 248-288-5150

SOCRRA provides safe disposal of hazardous waste to a consortium of communities. 

Bingham Farms

Bingham Farms Web site
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Incorporated in 1955, the Village of Bingham Farms has melded its goal to maintain the natural beauty of the community while providing a home for a thriving office district. Bingham Farms is a tiny community comprising 1.25 square miles, conveniently located off Telegraph between the City of Southfield and Bloomfield Township. Major thoroughfares are just minutes away. Bingham Farms is noted for its large lots, natural landscaping and tree-lined streets. The Village has approximately 480 homes (comprised of single-family and condominiums). There are 23 office buildings in two zoning districts, which are home to approximately 600 non-retail businesses.

Village of Bingham Farms
24255 Thirteen Mile Road, Suite 190, Bingham Farms, MI 48025
Phone: 248-644-0044

Business Development and Professional Training

The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber
124 West Maple Road, Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248-644-1700  

Community Essentials

Birmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council (BASCC)
Midvale Center
2121 Midvale Avenue, Birmingham Michigan 48009
Phone: 248-203-5270

Friends of the Rouge
University of Michigan - Dearborn
4901 Evergreen, 220 ASC, Dearborn, MI  48128
Phone: 313-792-9900

Michigan Horticulture Society
30600 Telegraph, Suite 3360, Bingham Farms, MI  48025


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