Welcome to Rochester Hills
Rochester Hills, comprised of 32.2 square miles, is situated in the east central portion of Oakland County with a population of approximately 70,000. The populace is well-educated, interested in community and civic affairs, proud of their homes and the municipality in which they live.
Rochester Hills is a zoned community and has a Master Land Use Plan, which has been implemented for its orderly development. A wide variety of industries, such as computer technology, electronic research, development and manufacturing, plastic injection molding, tool and die, precision machine tool fabrication, structural engineering, warehousing and distribution have chosen Rochester Hills as their corporate headquarters.
Recreational facilities, such as tennis, golf, skiing, swimming, jogging, bicycling, boating or fishing, are within easy reach at municipally supported parks. The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm in historic Stoney Creek Village, Meadow Brook Hall, Meadow Brook Music Festival, Yates Cider Mill founded in 1863, a full service library, over 25 churches and a pedestrian / pathway system the length and breadth of the city are but a few of Rochester Hills features.