Most of the entertainment is local-driven and community-based. However, Clawson is very close to Royal Oak and Ferndale if you are looking for a night on the town. Detroit is also very close to all the major sporting areas and city bustle.
The majority of Clawson’s gastronomic atmosphere is local, family-owned restaurants that are staples to the community. Try Noble Fish, Renshaw Lounge, or the Old Detroit Burger Bar.
The average commute is 21.8 minutes which is faster than the national average of 26.1 minutes.
The unemployment rate is 4.1% and the growth is 0.3%. The future growth does look very positive at 38% in the coming years.
There are so many beautiful parks to enjoy in Clawson. There are several nature centers and popular trails for hiking. Not to mention, they have special areas just for dogs!
The entire city is confined with the boundaries of Clawson Public schools. It is a small district and may merge with another neighboring school district in the very near future.
To learn more about Clawson schools: https://www.greatschools.org/michigan/clawson/