We seek to make a positive difference in addressing current and future public and private land use challenges in Michigan, the Midwest and beyond
This year, the LPI’s contribution to research and outreach efforts have included such topics as placemaking, planning and zoning, economic development, regionalism, legacy cities, tourism, natural resources management and land use, among others.
Better communication. Streamlined processes. Empowered staff. Confident decisions. Organized records. Smoother meetings. These are some of the outcomes cited from past Zoning Administrator Certificate Program participants.
The Cadillac Commons site is to be a year-round destination and downtown hub, hosting seasonal events and providing an attractive connection between the businesses on Cadillac’s main street, Mitchell Street and Lake Cadillac one block to the west.
The next Zoning Administrator Certificate Program will take place Jan. 18-19, 2018, at the Ramada Grayling Hotel and Conference Center in Grayling.
On May 15-17, 2018, an estimated 1,000 urban, suburban and rural leaders will gather in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the eighth Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference hosted by the Center for Community Progress.
Michigan Citizen Planner will again host Advanced Academy on Jun. 7, 2018. This event will focus on The Return on Investments in Your Community: Planning for the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Land Uses).