Hazel Park, Michigan

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Hazel Park is a city in Oakland County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a suburb of Detroit and the geographical center of the Detroit Metropolitan Area. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 18,963; although a recent estimate by the Hazel Park Police Department placed the population at just over 20,100.[3] The was incorporated in 1941, and bills itself as "The Friendly City".

Hazel Park is the third most densely populated city in Michigan, holding the position under Hamtramck and nearby Royal Oak Township. However, due to the 2004 Annexation of a portion of Royal Oak Township into Oak Park, Hazel Park now assumes the position as second highest.

The city has the second largest Native American population in Oakland County, only halved by Keego Harbor.

Pictured to the right is the Hazel Park Racetrack, the Hazelcrest Apartments, the Monument to the Fallen Heroes at City Hall, the Hazel Park welcome sign in Downtown, and Hazel Park High School; all landmarks of the city.

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