Roseville is located in the state of Michigan and a city in Macomb County that is a part of the Metro Detroit area. The area where the present-day Roseville stands were settled established in 1840 by William Rose, who also created the first permanent post office in the site and named it as Roseville Post Office after his father Dennison Rose, who was a veteran of the War of 1812. In 1926, the Village of Roseville was incorporated, and the municipal building was then constructed in 1929, which then replaced the Erin Township Building that was built in 1886. The state's first commercial airport, Packard Field, was opened in the area as well.
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