Roofing Ecorse MI: American Standard Roofing

Roofing Ecorse:

As premier roofers, American Standard Roofing has done a lot of home improvement and roofing Ecorse projects. We specialize in roofing, sidings and gutters. We also install insulation and other home improvement projects. Call or contact us today. We will take care of all your roofing Ecorse Michigan needs.

Ecorse Background:

Ecorse is a city in Wayne County in Michigan. It is named for the Ecorse River. The population was 9,512 at the 2010 census.

Ecorse History:

In the 1836 after the community became part of the United States and settled by more English speakers, it was named Grand Port, but remained unincorporated within Ecorse Township. The settlement was incorporated as the village of Ecorse in 1902. Ecorse became a significant economic force in the region when its first steel mill, Michigan Steel Mill, began operation in 1923. The village incorporated as a city in 1941. Since the later 20th century, the city, like most other industrial inner-ring suburbs, has fallen into economic decline. In December 1986, the Wayne County Circuit Court issued a court order appointing a receiver for the bankrupt city. The receivership would last until August 1990, but the city’s finances were monitored by the state for another ten years.

Ecorse Geography:

Ecorse is a southwest suburb of Detroit. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.69 square miles. Out of that 2.80 square miles is land and 0.89 square miles is water.

Ecorse Trivia:

The area that would become Ecorse was originally used as a burial ground for the Native American tribes of the area. When settled by the French in the last two decades of the 18th century, it was named “Rivière Aux Échorches”, which means “The River of the Barks” in English.

Official City Website:

Click here for Ecorse official city website. You can also access other information about the city here.

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