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Planning & Zoning in Michigan

Planning & Zoning in Michigan
In Michigan, land development regulation is generally a local responsibility. This means that individuals can have a great influence on the policies and regulations that affect their region.

Land use planning is a process that involves a wide range of people. For the process to work effectively, each actor needs to understand their role and responsibilities. This information was developed to help citizens, developers, and public officials alike gain a better understanding of how the planning process in Michigan works.
Decision Process Guide for New Development
What You Should Know Before You Build
How Citizens Can Get Involved
Tools for Public Officials
Model Policies & Ordinances
This page last updated on 9/1/2009.
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