Farmington is a city in Oakland County in Michigan and is a northern suburb of Metro Detroit.
It was the site of three Native American trails - the Orchard Lake Trail, the Grand River Trail, and the Shiawassee Trail. Farmington was founded in 1824 by Arthur Power. Arthur Power was hailed from the state of New York. Since Power was a Quaker, as were the settlers who joined him, the town was first known as Quakertown. In 1826 it officially became Farmington which was named after Power's hometown, Farmington, New York.
Farmington was ranked 27th on the list for Best to Live in 2013. The city is known for its historic downtown, elegant Victorian-style homes, and one of Michigan's top-rated public school systems, Farmington Public Schools.
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