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West Bloomfield Charter Township is an affluent charter township in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan Within the Detroit metropolitan area the area is widely known for its large homes, and rolling hills.
West Bloomfield is located in south central Oakland County about 10 miles (20 km) to the northwest from the Detroit city limits and has borders with: Bloomfield Township to its east, Farmington Hills to its south, Commerce Township to its west, and four communities to its north: Waterford Township, Orchard Lake Village, Keego Harbor, and Sylvan Lake.
On April 22, 1833, Bloomfield Township was divided in two and the western portion was called West Bloomfield. The area was spotted with apple orchards throughout much of the 1800s. In fact, the plentiful apple trees located on an island in one lake, led to the naming of the body of waters as Orchard Lake, and the aforementioned island as "Apple Island".
West Bloomfield is sometimes referred to as the "lake township of Oakland County" being heavily dotted with small and medium-sized lakes.
Orchard Lake Road runs north-south through the middle of the township and is the main artery of West Bloomfield's economy, flanked on each side by long strip malls and shopping complexes. The township has had most of its population growth from the 1960s through the early 2000s, many residents moving northwest from the inner ring Detroit suburbs of Southfield and Oak Park.
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