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Troy has one of the lowest tax rates in Oakland County.

Troy High School

Troy High School

The Troy School District is one of the highest ranked districts in the state and country.

Somerset Collection

Somerset Collection

Michigan's premiere upscale shopping destination


Home Sweet Homes.

Beautiful homes, in many price ranges, provide a distinctive landscape for the City of Troy. They form wonderful neighborhoods that are picture-perfect for raising a family. In addition to single-family residences, you’ll find an excellent mix of condominiums, apartments and multi-family complexes. This range of housing forms the backbone of this great City.

An Award-Winning School District.

First-class schools are one of the hallmarks of Troy. Our public school district has six national blue ribbons and features 13 State Exemplary Schools. Our high schools, Troy High School and Troy Athens High School, were both recently featured on the list of “The 1000 Most Outstanding High Schools in the United States” by Newsweek magazine. And with math and reading MEAP scores for Troy Public School running about 35% above state averages, it’s no wonder 95% of our students go on to higher education.

World-Class Shopping, Dining and Entertainment.

People come from miles around to take advantage of our premier shopping and dining. Somerset Collection, located in the heart of the City, is an upscale mall with over 180 stores, boutiques and restaurants. The travel magazine, Fodor's, describes Somerset as "one of the top shopping malls in the United States." One look around and you'll know why.

Did You Know?

  • We are rated the safest city in Michigan and one of the safest in the nation
  • We are home to more than 81,000 residents
  • We are the second most ethnically diverse city in Michigan
  • Residents and visitors enjoy more than 900 acres of parkland
  • We are located in Oakland County, one of the most vibrant counties in the country
  • CNN Money ranked Troy as the 22nd "Best Places to Live" in the U.S.

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