Just north of the hustle and bustle, the historic Village of Romeo is comfortably nestled among family owned orchards and farms. A quiet small town, with storybook charm, Romeo’s tree lined streets, historic sights and unique main street shopping make it a great place for a day trip or a spontaneous weekend getaway. But it is Romeo’s rich history, strong sense of community and first rate schools that make it a desirable place to reside.
A feeling of community pride is deeply ingrained in the residents of the Romeo area. When visiting the Romeo area the first thing you notice are the beautiful tree lined streets and neatly maintained homes. One must also be impressed the by quiet Victorian charm of the Village and the unique Historic Downtown area.
Homes, churches and business blocks, boast of at least nine architectural styles and many structures typical of the 19th and early 20th century. Because of this, Romeo was named a National and State Historic District in 1971. Homeowners and merchants have joined together to preserve and maintain the original Victorian style with their usual dedication and cooperation. There is a real tradition of friendliness and helpfulness typified by the quality service offered by local businessmen, professionals and tradesmen.
Yearly thousands of visitors return to the Romeo area to enjoy the many local activities organized within the community by its local citizens, downtown merchants, orchards, schools, churches and numerous volunteer organizations.