Mayor Kenson J. Siver
26000 Evergreen Road
P.O. Box 2055
Southfield, MI 48037-2055
Telephone: (248) 796-5100
Fax: (248) 796-5105
Welcome to the City of Southfield, "The Center of It All!" Located in the heart of southeastern Michigan, with easy access to most major Detroit-area expressways, Southfield offers both a cosmopolitan, culturally diverse residential population and a thriving international business community.
Southfield is home to more than 71,000 residents, offering a complete living community, featuring 774 acres of park land, and more than 30 miles of biking, hiking, and nature trails. With a daytime population nearing 175,000, 27 million square feet of office space, more than 9,000 businesses and over 100 “Fortune 500” companies, Southfield is also Michigan’s undisputed business center. Southfield provides great educational opportunities from public, private, charter K-12, community/specialty trades, seven state and private colleges and universities.
Visitors flock to Southfield for a variety of reasons. With residents from a rich array of cultural, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds, Southfield’s wide variety of eating establishments offer the best in Asian, Italian, African-American, Middle Eastern, Jewish and continental cuisine. Southfield features a wide array of shopping opportunities, as well as numerous specialty boutique centers, which offer fine arts galleries, gourmet cafes, sophisticated bakeries, beauty salons and spas. The Star Southfield Entertainment Centre, the nation’s most visited complex, offers 20 screens with stadium-style seating, plus several restaurants. The Southfield Pavilion welcomes thousands of visitors each year to special events, festivals and trade shows.
I invite you to continue your tour through our Web site and recommend that you visit each of our department Web pages. In closing, if you currently work or live in Southfield you are certainly familiar with what a great City we have, if you plan to visit you will certainly see why we are so proud of Southfield — "The Center of It All."
Kenson J. Siver