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Saline Community Organizations and Resources

Arts and Culture

Saline's Two Twelve Arts Center contributes to thetwo twelve arts logo cultural life of the residents of Saline by supporting a full schedule of classes, programs, performances and exhibits. The Center provides a framework for a vibrant and supportive arts community with varied opportunities for artists, students and audiences. It offers an environment conducive to the creative process. Exhibits and shows are held periodically throughout the year to highlight local artists work. The public is encouraged to view and purchase the art work.


Saline Business Organizations

saline area chamber logoThe Saline Area Chamber of Commerce works to increase our community's economic progress while preserving the high quality of life that makes the Saline area so unique.

The Saline Downtown Merchants Association is a non-profit organization formed by the owners of several long time retail establishments. The primary goal of the Saline DMA is to create a strong and vibrant downtown, which is not only functional but beautiful. The DMA supports the local merchants through advertising, events and maintaining the Downtown facilities in a manner worthy of Saline.

Historical Society

saline area historical societyThe Saline Historical Society preserves and interprets the history of the Saline Area and fosters an appreciation of its historic significance.


The Saline Post and The Sun Times cover Saline and the surrounding areas news, sports  and weather.


Recreation and Parks

parks and recreation logoSaline Parks & Recreation is considered an essential and valued service in the community by sustaining and developing quality programs. The staff is known for their commitment to excellence and their ability to grow and change with the community.

saline area schoolsSaline Public Schools

The Saline Area Schools, equip all students with the knowledge, technological proficiency, and personal skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly complex society. They expect that all students, staff, and the Saline Community will share in these responsibilities. The ultimate goal is to instill students with an desire for lifelong learning.

Washtenaw Community College

Founded in 1965, Washtenaw Community College (WCC) located in Ann Arbor Township strives to make a positive difference in people's lives through accessible and excellent educational programs and services.  WCC has received numerous awards over the year, including 2-Year Best College (2018), Top 5 Most Affordable Online Colleges associate degree (2017) and is a two-time Tree Campus USA award winner (2017, 2018).


Utilities Companies

  • Water/Sewer – The City of Saline provides water and sewer services to its residents. More information is available on the City Treasurer's section.
  • Cable TV – Cable television is provided by Comcast.
  • Gas Service – Detroit Edison provides gas to the City of Saline