Resilient East Jordan
Resilient Grand Haven
Resilient St. Joseph
Resilient Macomb/St. Clair
Michigan Army National Guard
Planning for Resilient Communities is a community engagement and technical services program developed by LIAA with numerous statewide partners. The program is helping citizens, local leaders and public officials plan communities that are more resilient to climate variability, extreme weather events and global economic challenges.
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A land-use planning and community development project focused on the City of Monroe, Monroe Charter Township, and Frenchtown Charter Township that provided guidance for fostering community resilience.
A land-use and community development project focused on the City of Ludington, Pere Marquette Charter Township, Hamlin Township, and Mason County. This project includes a review of each Municipal Master Plan and provides guidance for fostering community resilience.
A community visioning project for the City of East Jordan that will result in a new Master Plan for the City. Special emphasis will be placed on fostering community resilience and coordinating community development efforts with South Arm Township.
A land-use planning and community development project focused on the City of Grand Haven and Grand Haven Charter Township. This project includes a review of Municipal Master Plans for the City and the Township and provides guidance for fostering community resilience.
A land-use planning and community development project for the City of St. Joseph. This project will result in a new Master Plan for the City and will provide guidance for fostering community resilience.
A multi-jurisdictional land use and community economic development planning process that will result in a coastal management plan with broad recommendations on economic and environmental resilience in Macomb County. Find out more here.
The US Council on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Department of Defense, is supporting a series of pilot projects to foster great resilience to climate change within military operations and installations. The Michigan Army National Guard has been selected for one of these pilot projects and is convening communities around the state to plan together for a more resilient future. Find out more here.