Geographic Information

Macomb County’s exceptional location provides easy access to major U.S. and international markets, as well as a wealth of recreational opportunities. Located only minutes from Detroit, the nation’s 18th largest city, the county is in the heart of the automobile industry. Nestled on the shore of 430 square mile Lake St. Clair, the area is directly connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway. Canada and three international border crossings are approximately 30 miles from the center of the county. Three interstate highways provide easy access throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

Map of North America

Macomb County’s central location and direct connection to the interstate system allows for easy travel throughout North America.

North America Map
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Map of Detroit Region and International Crossings

Macomb is located in the Detroit metropolitan region, home to over 4.8 million residents. Direct access to Canada is provided via three transit crossings.

Regional Map
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Location within the Midwest & Northeast United States

Businesses are within 500 miles of half the population of the Unites States (176 million people) and Canada.
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Map of Macomb County Communities and Road Network

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Facts

Macomb County, Michigan
Size: 482 square miles
Latitude: 42:35:53 north
Longitude: 82:52:55 west

Distance by Road Network
Detroit26 miles
Cleveland190 miles
Toronto220 miles
Chicago300 miles
Pittsburgh310 miles
New York640 miles
Minneapolis710 miles
Miami1,410 miles
Austin1,433 miles
Phoenix2,079 miles
Mexico City2,375 miles
San Francisco2,421 miles
Vancouver2,536 miles
Distance by Air
London3,762 miles
Paris3,942 miles
Berlin4,288 miles
Tokyo6,418 miles
Beijing6,637 miles