Lincoln Park, Michigan, located in Wayne County, is a city in the state of Michigan, part of the Detroit metropolitan area. The city was incorporated as a village in 1921 and later as a city in 1925. According to the 2020 Census, Lincoln Park has a population of approximately 37,028, showing a decrease from previous census counts. The city is known for its historical significance, having been developed as a residential suburb in the early 20th century.

Lincoln Park has a diverse community and is recognized for its affordable housing and solid public education system. The city maintains a robust community feel with regular events and active civic engagement.


Lincoln Park is geographically located at latitude 42.2506° N and longitude -83.1786° W. It covers an area of about 5.89 square miles, all of which is land. The city's compact size contributes to its closely-knit community atmosphere. It is bordered by other Detroit suburbs, enhancing its connectivity and accessibility within the metropolitan area.

The city is characterized by its urban layout with residential neighborhoods, commercial districts, and public parks that provide recreational opportunities for its residents.


The population of Lincoln Park is diverse, with a significant representation of various ethnic and racial groups. The city's demographic profile includes a mix of young professionals, families, and elderly residents. The median household income in Lincoln Park is lower compared to some neighboring suburbs but is bolstered by a strong sense of community and relatively low cost of living.

The city's educational system is supported by several public schools that serve the community, contributing to its appeal as a family-friendly location.

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