Welcome To Tecumseh
Calling itself “The Best of the Burbs”, Tecumseh is a small, affluent and proud community that’s very popular. It’s one of the best connected burbs as it’s on the border with Windsor and just 20 minutes to the Detroit border. The small town charm abounds with everything you’d ever need either in the town or a short drive away. Its location, amenities, and safety make it a very attractive option if you’re considering relocating.
Quality of Life
Tecumseh has 24,000 residents but is booming - literally - with new development. It’s popular because you can live a small town life with all the amenities you’d ever dream of (professional sports teams and concerts) just a short drive away in Detroit. It’s also close to the 401, with a drive to Toronto just 3.5 hours away.
Tecumseh offers low taxes, a high level of community pride and some excellent choices in educating your kids.
Tecumseh has its own transit service, which runs through 30 kilometres with 38 stops.
Culture + Things to Do
The town is very green, with almost 40 parks and a number of golf courses including the private country club Beach Grove. Tecumseh is the home of one of the top 50 festivals in the province, the Tecumseh Corn Fest which takes over Lacasse Park every August. You haven’t lived until you’ve tasted a freshly picked, locally grown cob of corn!
There are dozens of unique restaurants and bars, and if living the foodie lifestyle isn’t your thing, you can enjoy everything living on the water has to offer. Tecumseh is located on Lake St. Clair, which lends itself to water sports and many different recreation options.
There is truly a wide range of options for those searching for a home in Tecumseh. From condos to single family homes, there is something for every budget, from retirees to those seeking luxury in the exclusive area of St. Clair Beach. Prices are on the rise and are expected to keep going up in the next two years.
The town says it’s open for business, and credits its smaller bureaucracy for fast approval processes and a distinct lack of red tape. According to the town’s website, building permits usually take 3 to 5 days for approval.
Manufacturing is the major sector in Tecumseh, with the focus on the future of new technology with a growing industrial and commercial sector.
As is the case across the county, skilled trades are in high demand especially in the construction sector.
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