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Almira Township Master Plan Update



This webpage contains all of the most recent information, resources, and documentation for the Almira Township Master Plan Development Process.  A community Master Plan is a policy document that guides land-use decisions and zoning ordinance regulation standards.  The document will delve into all aspects of the community from transportation and economic development to rural protection and agriculture.

The development of the AlmiraTownship Master Plan is occurring over a twelve to fourteen-month period from the summer of 2021 until the early fall of 2022.  The planning process will incorporate public input from surveys, direct contact with residents, and communication at public input sessions to be scheduled during the process timeframe.

The Almira Township Planning Commission is the appointed body that is charged with guiding the Master Plan Process and development of the document.  Planning commission meetings are open to the public and residents and visitors are encouraged to attend and participate.  Information on Planning Commission meetings and agendas can be found at the following website:

Please check back with this website as updates are made regularly.

Almira Township 2021 Master Plan Survey (Click for link)

The Almira Township Planning Commission will be commencing work towards updating the Almira Township Master Plan. This survey will add your voice to help shape the goals and strategies that direct and guide Almira Township. 

Your responses are kept confidential and will only be used to help us determine planning efforts for the future. Any identifying information will NOT be associated with any specific survey responses in any publications, presentations, or other materials. Email addresses collected will only be used to send out an electronic or paper copy of the draft Master Plan when it is prepared. 

If you would like to reference the existing Master Plan, please follow this link:

Master Plan Process Timeline

Please see the Master Plan Process timeline included here for indications of the current status of the process. 

Master Plan Contact:

Mathew Cooke, Community Planner
600 E. Front St., Suite 104
Traverse City, MI 49686
PH:  231-929-5056


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