The 2010 census shows that about 24% of the City's population is college age. Many of the City's current and long-term residents came to the City through their connections to the various colleges and universities in the area. Knowing that students reflect a large portion of our population, the City is committed to helping students settle in Ypsilanti, get engaged through various volunteer opportunities, connect to neighborhood associations, and have a great experience here in Ypsilanti whether it's short or long term.
Finding a Place to Call Home
Are you planning to move to Ypsi while you're studying at EMU or WCC? Great! Welcome home! We have a few tips on how to find a safe place that's right for you on our Renter's Guide page.
Being thoughtful and considerate when you host a party is just one more example of being a good neighbor. As a courtesy, let your neighbors know you are having a party.
While hosting a party can be a lot of fun, it is not without its risks. Knowing the law will go a long way towards minimizing those risks. We can’t cover all of the laws here, so we’ve highlighted a few of which you should be aware.
Please follow these tips when you partake in celebrations, we want to help you have a fun and safe time.