Roseville, Fraser and the 39-A District Court

Located in Macomb County, the City of Roseville has a population of some 48,000 people. Roseville was incorporated in 1926.The City is 9.8 square miles and is located by two major highways, I-94 and I-696. I-94 runs north and south through the city and I-696 east and west. Utica Road is another transportation route through the city, running diagonally from Southeast to Northwest. In terms of governmental structure, Roseville has a council-manager style of government. This means that the city's voters elect a council members, a city clerk, and a mayor to four year terms. There are a total of 6 council members that serve staggered terms. Education in Roseville is governed by the Roseville Public Schools and the Fraser Public Schools. In sum, the city has one high school, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools. Just north of Roseville is the City of Fraser. Fraser is 4.2 square miles with a population of just more than 15,000 people. The City was incorporated in 1894.

Both Fraser and Roseville are served by the 39-A District Court, located at 29733 Gratiot, Roseville, Michigan 48066. The 39-A District Court is presided over by the Honorable Judge Joseph F. Bodecker, Marco A. Santia, and Catherine B. Steenland. You can contact the court via phone at (586) 773-2010.