Royal Oak, Michigan
Residential Renovations Serves the Greater Royal Oak Area Residents
As early as 1959, the Village of Novi was considering becoming a city. There were unsuccessful elections toward Novi cityhood in 1959 and 1962. The Novi Village Council again took formal action toward cityhood in 1966, although Novi did not incorporate as a city until 1969. The Village Council unanimously adopted a resolution in December of 1966 which set the date for a special election of a Charter Commission and the adoption of the City Incorporation Proposal. Originally planned for April of 1967, the special election was delayed due to court proceedings until May of 1968.
In Novi, there is much to be proud of — excellent schools, quality public services, safe neighborhoods, preservation of natural features, solid property values, and continued development. Additionally, Novi is extremely proud of their cultural diversity. More than 60 businesses based in Japan and at least 14 businesses based in Germany call Novi “home” in the United States. Combine these factors with fiscal responsibility and an open government that values and welcomes community involvement, and you have a dynamic, prospering city.
The Novi community at large has much to offer prospective companies. Located at the convergence of four major expressways, Novi has unparalleled access and proximity to health care, technology, and automotive industry headquarters. This, coupled with vibrant retail centers, sets Novi apart from other communities and is one of the many reasons businesses choose Novi.