Sterling Heights and the 41-A District Court
Located in Macomb County, Sterling Heights is one of the most populous areas in the State of Michigan. In 2009, the census estimate for the City's population was 124,271. This makes it the fourth largest city in the state and the second largest of Detroit's suburbs. The City neighbors Troy, Warren, Shelby Twp., Clinton Twp., Fraser, and Utica. Two major routes of transportation through the City are M-53 (sometimes called "the Van Dyke expressway"), running North and South, and M-59 (commonly referred to as "Hall Road") running East and West. Sterling Heights is known for its events. Amongst those are its Memorial Day Parade, the American Polish Festival, and Sterlingfest. In addition to its residents, Sterling Heights is home to some 3,500 industrial and commercial business including the Chrysler Assembly Plant. The M-59 corridor is a retail and restaurant mecca, home of Lakeside Mall. The City has garnered many accolades. In 2009, Sterling Heights was named Michigan's safest city with a population of more than 100,000 residents. Additionally, in 2008, Best Life magazine named the City as one of the "Best Places to Raise a Family."
Sterling Heights is served by the 41-A District Court, located at 40111 Dodge Park Sterling Heights, Michigan 48313. The Court is presided over by the Honorable Judge Stephen S. Sierawski, Michael S. Maceroni, and Kimberly A. Wiegand. You can reach the Court by telephone at (586) 446-2900.