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Reports and Studies

We will post reports and studies here.  Make a selection below.

 Competitive 21st Century Communities

 Northville Master Plan Update Report - January 10, 2014

 Organizational and Operational Study of the City Government - March 2009 (564 KB)

 Art Placement Report, January 2006 (1.5 MB)

 2006 Downtown Parking Analysis, February 23, 2006 (revised 4-20-06) (528K)

Municipal Pavement Management System Report

 Municipal Pavement Management System Report
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix A
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix B
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix C
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix D
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix E
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix F
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix G
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix H
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix I
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix J
 Municipal Pavement Management System Report Appendix K

Downtown Strategic Plan Final Report, adopted July 2006

Cover from Downtown Stragtegic Plan documentGreat downtowns do not happen by accident. The 2006 Northville Downtown Strategic Plan represents a vision for the future of Northville’s downtown.  The planning process helped establish an understanding of the basic principles that will make the City of Northville a vital community.  This Strategic Plan clearly defines objectives and action strategies that serve as a guide to decision-making over the next five to seven years.  Although the Plan’s primary focus is the Downtown Development Authority District, it also addresses the relationship between downtown and adjacent historic neighborhoods and parks. 

The process for development of the Downtown Strategic Plan was a successful collaboration of a broad cross section of the community.  A Downtown Steering Committee was appointed to guide the process and multiple opportunities were provided for community input.  Over ninety-five community members participated in the first workshop and many attended one or more of the twenty meetings that followed.  The resulting Downtown Strategic Plan is the product of countless hours of careful assessment, discussion, and decision-making by dedicated and committed community groups and individuals. 

The Downtown Strategic Plan was presented to City Council at a special meeting on June 26, 2006 and adopted at the City Council meeting on July 17, 2006. The plan will serve as a blueprint to help guide future growth and development of our community.

Downtown Strategic Plan:
 Introduction (1.6 MB)
 Section 1 - Public Outreach (1.1 MB)
 Section 2 - Physical Assessment (9.3 MB)
 Section 3 - Architectural & Historical Character (2.7 MB)
 Section 4 - Market Analysis Opinion (1.6 MB)
 Section 5 - Physical Opportunities Plan (12.2 MB)
 Section 6 - Implementation & Maintenance Strategies (2.8 MB)
 Section 7 - Strategic Plan Schedule (782 MB)
 Afterword & Appendix (3.5 MB)

 

 






 
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7/15/14 Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Meeting
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News and Announcements

Board of Review
THE BOARD OF REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF NORTHVILLE WILL MEET IN A CORRECTIONAL SESSION TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2014 AT 10:00 A.M. IN THE CITY MANAGER’S CONFERENCE ROOM NORTHVILLE CITY HALL 215 W. MAIN STREET, NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN 48167
FOR INFORMATION CALL THE CITY ASSESSOR AT 248-449-9945 EXT. 1973.   

Master Plan Update Process
The Northville Planning Commission is currently updating the Master Plan - More Info

7 Mile & Center Construction - More Info

Title VI
Non-Discrimination Plan

Wayne County’s Third Circuit Court Moves to New One-Step Jury Duty Notification
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New Precinct 1 Voting Location
Precinct 1 now votes at the Community Center located at 303 W. Main Street  - More Info

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