Incorporated in 1867, the City of Wyandotte is often described as the ‘Heart of Downriver.’ The site where Wyandotte sits today was, in the 1700s, a village for the Native American tribe known as the Wyandot, a part of the Huron Nation. A waterfront community, Wyandotte is rich in history and is known for its distinctive architecture, charming downtown district and variety of cultural offerings. The City has been awarded the designation of a Preserve America Community by the Federal Government.The City of Wyandotte prides itself on our community. We offer excellent schools, quality public services, safe neighborhoods, a charming downtown business district, a scenic waterfront and work together for continued development and historic preservation in our city. Wyandotte is well known for its community events, beautiful historical museum, festivals and our annual Wyandotte Street Art Fair. Our cultural and special events combined with our appreciation for the arts makes Wyandotte a dynamic city for a both residents and visitors.
We trust you will find our city to be a friendly, vibrant, and prosperous
place in which to reside, visit and conduct business.