Fraser Macomb County, Michigan

Fraser: City in Macomb County, Michigan, USA

Fraser locator map
Location of Fraser on Michigan map.

About

Fraser is a city located in the county of Macomb in the U.S. state of Michigan. Its population at the 2010 census was 14,480 and a population density of 1,345 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 14,331 inhabitants.

The city was created 65 years ago in 1955.

Macomb County Michigan Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Fraser Highlighted locator map image
Macomb County Michigan Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Fraser Highlighted
Macomb County Michigan Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Fraser Highlighted locator map image

Geography

Fraser is located at 42°32'21"N 82°56'58"W (42.5392000, -82.9493700).

Fraser map

Fraser Quick Facts

Population : 14,331 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Michigan (United States)
County : Macomb County
Postal code : 48026
Phone Area Codes : 586
Area : 10.77 km2
Altitude : 610 feet / 186 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1956 (65 years ago)
Time Zone : America/Detroit
Local time : 10:29:56 (24th October 2021)
Density : 1,331 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -1.04% (2010-2020)

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Fraser decreased by 1.04% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 14,480 - census
2011 14,495 0.1% estimation process
2012 14,555 0.41% estimation process
2013 14,632 0.53% estimation process
2014 14,671 0.27% estimation process
2015 14,632 -0.27% estimation process
2016 14,624 -0.05% estimation process
2017 14,613 -0.08% estimation process
2018 14,544 -0.47% estimation process
2019 14,480 -0.44% estimation process
2020 14,331 -1.04% estimation process

Fraser zip code is 48026. County name: Macomb, County fips: 26099

People born in Fraser (5)

People born in Fraser, including ice hockey player Chad LaRose, football player Jim Sorgi, Player of football Charles Davis, you can see a list of people who born in Fraser.

  • Dick Colpaert (baseball player) he was born in 03/01/1944
  • Maribeth Monroe (American actress, writer and comedian) she was born in 25/03/1978

Schools in Fraser

College & universities near Fraser, MI

Code Name City ZIP
250744 Dorsey School of Business-Roseville Roseville (MI) 48066
455558 Dorsey School of Business-Roseville Culinary Academy Roseville (MI) 48066
170790 Macomb Community College Warren (MI) 48088-3896
488837 U.S. Truck Driver Training School Sterling Heights (MI) 48312-4518
449977 Paul Mitchell the School-Michigan Sterling Heights (MI) 48313

Stations (14)

Amtrak & bus stations near Fraser, MI

Code Name Address Type
ROY Royal Oak station 202 South Sherman Ave. RAIL
TRM Troy Transit Center 1201 Doyle Drive RAIL
BMM Birmingham, Michigan 449 South Eton St. RAIL
DET Detroit 11 West Baltimore Ave. RAIL
PNT Pontiac Transportation Center 51000 Woodward Avenue RAIL

Post offices near Fraser

Post Office Name City ZIP
Fraser Post Office Fraser (MI) 48026

Other places with the same name (3)

Other cities in Macomb County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Macomb County , MI. (more)

City Name Population Title
Sterling Heights 131,709 City in Macomb County, Michigan, United States
Clinton Township 99,753 42nd president of the United States
Macomb 92,131 County in Michigan, United States
Saint Clair Shores 58,390 City in Macomb County, Michigan, United States
Chesterfield 46,659 Township in Macomb County, Michigan
Roseville 46,535 City in Michigan
Eastpointe 31,720 City in Macomb County, Michigan, United States
Washington 28,846 Township in Macomb County, Michigan
Mount Clemens 16,013 City in Michigan
New Baltimore 12,281 City in Macomb County, Michigan, United States
Center Line 8,090 City in Michigan, United States
Utica 5,062 City in Michigan, United States
New Haven 5,061 Village in Michigan
Milton 3,944 Township in Cass County, Michigan
Romeo 3,572 Human settlement in Macomb County, Michigan, United States of America
Warren 2,050 City in the U.

Distance to Other Cities

Fraser distances to largest Michigan cities