Wixom

The downtown area of the city is being developed with a new main street area on Pontiac Trail by the city offices called the Wixom Village Center. The Village Center includes a pedestrian plaza, restaurants, and service shops. The residential development called Tribute of Wixom will contain 600 units that include ranch-style condos, town houses, and single-family homes. The $200 million project was expected to be completed in six years.

Most of Wixom is part of Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.[10][11] A small area of commercial property on the city's southern border lies within the Novi Community Schools district,[citation needed] while the extreme southwest portion of the city is within theSouth Lyon Community School District.[10]

Schools located in the city limits include Loon Lake Elementary School,[12] Wixom Elementary School,[13] and Sarah Banks Middle School.[14] The district's Twin Sun Preschool is also in Wixom.[11]

Walled Lake district elementary schools serving Wixom include Loon Lake,[15] Wixom,[16] Hickory Woods,[17] and Walled Lake.[18] Most of Wixom is zoned to Banks Middle School,[19] with a small part zoned to Geisler Middle School.[20] Most residents are zoned to Walled Lake Western High School.[21] Some parts of the city are zoned to Walled Lake Central High School.[22]


Annette Hibbler | Licensed in the State of Michigan
Updated Feb 28, 2020 5:28:am

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