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Romulus is a suburban city of Metro Detroit, located in Wayne County Michigan. The population was 23,989 at the 2010 census, an increase from 22,979 in 2000, making the city the 80th largest city in Michigan. Romulus is home to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and a General Motors plant (Romulus Engine) that opened in 1976. The city is the westernmost community in the Downriver area in Wayne County.
The first white settler in Romulus was Samuel Polyne, a French-Canadian, who settled on section 2 in 1826, though he left soon after the township was organized in 1835. The first settler in the area that was the village of Romulus prior to the 1865 annexation of the whole village and township into one city was Samuel McMath, who moved from New York state to the area in 1827. He improved land and planned to bring his family to settle there, but he died before he could carry out this plan. Solomon Whitaker, Charles and Joseph Pulcifer located in the area in 1830, and in 1833, Jenks Pullen and his six sons settled at what became known as “Pullen’s Corners” (located in section 19 at the intersection that is now commonly called “Five Points”). Pullen’s Corners was platted in 1836. The community later took on the name of the township. The township of Romulus was set off from a part of Huron Township by an Act of the Territorial Legislature on March 17, 1835, and the first township meeting was held on April 16, 1835, two years before the State of Michigan was admitted in to the Union (1837), in the house of Joseph T. Pullen. The first supervisor was David J. Pullen. The township’s name was changed to “Wayne” on March 19, 1845, but was changed back to Romulus on January 16, 1848. Romulus incorporated as a city in 1970
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 35.96 square miles (93.14 km2), of which 35.61 square miles (92.23 km2) is land and 0.35 square miles (0.91 km2) is water.
Released on his 2003 album entitled “Michigan”, Sufjan Stevens recorded a single titled “Romulus”. In 2010, “Meet Monica Velour”, an independent comedy drama movie was partially filmed in Romulus along with other Detroit suburbs.