Planning & Zoning News
The City of Mt. Pleasant is seeking volunteers for the construction and installation of the Timber Town 2.0 playscape at Island Park.
The second Citizens’ Academy of Mt. Pleasant (CAMP) is now accepting applications. Presented by the City of Mt. Pleasant, the academy is designed to engage members of the community motivated to expand their knowledge of the structure and functions of the local government.
The City of Mt. Pleasant is reminding residents of the following overnight parking regulations:
Potential commercial property buyers and lessors are invited to see Mt. Pleasant’s “Downtown Reimagined” on Aug. 4 from 5 to 9 p.m. Hosted by downtown Mt. Pleasant, this real estate open house will showcase commercial properties of all sizes currently available for redevelopment. Featured spaces will be open for tours and city staff will be present to answer questions about zoning, building codes, and state and local incentives.
Reminder: City to host community workshop on April 18 regarding future of Mt. Pleasant Center propertyApril 15, 2016
The City of Mt. Pleasant will host a community workshop on Monday, April 18, to generate ideas for the future development of the Mt. Pleasant Center property.
City of Mt. Pleasant to host presentation on potential Ann Arbor to Traverse City passenger rail serviceNovember 17, 2015
On Monday, Nov. 23 at 6 p.m., Jim Bruckbauer of the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities will lead a community presentation at Mt. Pleasant City Hall on the Groundwork Center’s plans to explore a potential passenger train connection between Ann Arbor and Traverse City with Mt. Pleasant as a prospective stop along the route.
The inaugural Citizens’ Academy of Mt. Pleasant is now accepting applications.
Two open houses have been planned to provide members of the public with information on potential amendment to the Zoning Ordinance relating to rehabilitation and redevelopment of housing in the area on either side of S. Washington Street and S. Main Street between Bellows and High Streets.
Hazardous material abatement and demolition will soon begin on the former Mt. Pleasant Regional Center as the City of Mt. Pleasant takes yet another step in getting the land ready for future redevelopment.
A major step has been taken in making one of our City’s busiest streets safer and more accessible.
Nominating Petitions for the office of City Commissioner are available at the office of the City Clerk.
City residents and other community members have an opportunity to provide input on the City’s Master Plan update and the results of the Mt. Pleasant Center Highest and Best Use Study at a community open house April 23.
Three property owners in the City of Mount Pleasant have been recognized for making substantial improvements to their properties in 2012.
Release of the highest and best use study results on the Mt. Pleasant Center property, which was projected to take place earlier this fall, is being prolonged in order to allow for further research.
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