Detroit, Michigan

Is Detroit, Michigan a safe place to live?

Dwellics analytics team assigned the score 62.5 to Detroit, Michigan (with 100 being the best). This score helps find the safest places to live in America. When determining if Detroit, Michigan is a safe place to live, we analyze factors including air quality, water quality, crime rates, natural disaster frequency, substance abuse rates, cancer instances, and more.

Crime rates in Detroit, Michigan

  • Crime ratesmoderate
  • Arson crimesmoderate
  • Vandalismmoderate

In Detroit, Michigan, violent crime rates are considered to be moderateAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the United States according to our research. Arson crimes are moderateAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest and property crimes, including vandalism rank moderateAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest.

Environmental Hazards Detroit, Michigan

  • Cancer instanceslow
  • Substance abusethe highest

In Detroit, Michigan, cancer instances are considered to be lowAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the United States according to our research. Substance abuse in Detroit, Michigan is the highestAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the United States according to our research.

Natural Disasters in Detroit, Michigan

  • Earthquakes
    in Detroit are unlikely
  • Hurracanes
    in Detroit are unlikely
  • Severe Storms
    in Detroit are possible
  • Tornados
    in Detroit are possible
  • Volcanos
    in Detroit are unlikely
  • Wildfires
    in Detroit are very low

Smoking Laws in Detroit, Michigan

Smoking is Prohibited both in Detroit. Smoking inside of workplaces in Detroit is prohibited. The use of e-cigarettes is not banned. In Detroit, Michigan recreational and medical marijuana use is legal.

Air & Water Quality in Detroit, Michigan

Air quality
59.0% of the time
Water quality
100 out of 100

Detroit, Michigan has good air quality 59.0% of the time or 215 days per year. The water quality index calculated by Dwellics team in Detroit is 100 out of 100 (100 being the best) based on the number of acute health-based violations for every water utility in the last 5 years.

Pros and Cons of living in Detroit, Michigan in reviews from users in their own words:

ProsCons
  • "It's familiar and has good restaurants. "
  • "Nothing "
  • "Nothing"
  • "Weather"
  • "Everything "
  • "High crime. Homeless people. Drug users. Loud neighbors. Chemical factories."
  • "Security"