On September 15, 2020, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the final, distributed Master Plan. Thereafter, on September 13, 2020, the City Council approved the distributed Master Plan.
Please click here to view the Master Plan.
On May 26, 2020, the Hazel Park City Council approved the distribution of its draft Master Plan, in accordance with Michigan’s Planning Enabling Act:
This draft Master Plan is the result of a survey conducted in February of 2019, a week of public meetings conducted in March of 2019 and approximately a year of meetings dedicated to this Master Plan. We had hundreds of people respond to the survey and over a hundred people attend the public engagement meetings. I want to thank the Planning Commission and public for their hard, diligent work during the draft process. Under the law, there is a mandatory 63-day review period of the draft plan. Please be advised that the Planning Commission would then hold the required Public Hearing in September to receive and review additional public comments. The Planning Commission may then make a recommendation to the City Council for adoption of the final Master Plan. Please send any questions or comments to email@example.com.
For additional information on the Master Plan, see below.
HAZEL PARK'S AMENDED MASTER PLAN
The City of Hazel Park is preparing an amended Master Plan for 2019. Numerous study sessions will be conducted over the course of the year.
On February 19, 2019, the City of Hazel Park held a kick-off meeting for the Master Plan and Parks and Rec. Plan. Over 60 people attended that night. Online surveys were held shortly thereafter and over 330 people participated. We held 3 days of workshops on the week of March 25th, and we had over 120 people attend those workshops.
THE CITY WANTS TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION. YOUR DEDICATION AND COMMITMENT TO THIS PROCESS IS APPRECIATED. IF YOU STILL WISH TO COMMENT, PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO JEFF CAMPBELL at firstname.lastname@example.org BY MAY 17, 2019.
MASTER PLAN SURVEY RESULTS CAN BE FOUND HERE. PARKS AND REC. SURVEY RESULTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.
In 2016, the Congress for New Urbanism visited the City of Hazel Park and conducted meetings with the public about improvements to the John R Corridor. It was an extremely successful endeavor. The final report authored by the CNU experts can be found here.
The Plan's major focuses shall include:
- Improved and Diverse Corridors;
- The attraction of new and exciting businesses;
- A livable community that attract millennials and young families to the City; and
- Leveraging the assets of the City, including the Promise Zone and the City's amazing community spirit.
COLLABORATION WITH WAYNE STATE DEPARTMENT OF URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING (DUSP)
In 2014, Wayne State's Urban Planning Program undertook a Capstone Project for Hazel Park. The study and report focused on corridor plans for John R and Nine Mile. The Capstone Project is a culmination of the Master's Program in Urban Planning. The class of 15 prepared data, maps and presented recommendations to the City. The work of these students will greatly assist in the completion of Hazel Park's Master Plan. Click here to view the Capstone presentations/plans for that contains the John R , 9 Mile and the now-closed Raceway
Please find a link to the current Master Plan documents below.
2000 MASTER PLAN
Also please find a link to the DDA Plan, Map, and Financial Dashboard:
DDA Financial Dashboard