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Kaleva | Maple Grove Joint Master Plan

Kaleva | Maple Grove Joint MASTER PLAN UPDATE

The Village of Kaleva and Maple Grove Township will coordinate with Community Planners from Networks Northwest to make updates to develop a Joint Master Plan. This planning effort, which will be conducted through the Kaleva Maple Grove Joint Planning Commission, will involve monthly meetings in addition to a larger public input open house. The Master Plan, sometimes referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, is a municipal document that describes the various intricacies of the community: its past, present and future. The Master Plan is a community input-driven guidebook that considers the many interests represented in the community and attempts to reconcile these varying viewpooints into a single text. For Michigan communities utilizing zoning to regulate its land use, the master plan is required under the Michigan Planning Enabling Act (MPEA) (Act 33 of 2008) and is updated every 5 years.

Community members are highly encouraged to participate in this planning process. Networks Northwest will meet with the Kaleva Maple Grove Joint Planning Commission on the third Tuesday of every month. For a tentative meeting schedule for this project.

Draft Plan

The Kaleva-Maple Grove Draft Master Plan is going through the required 63-day public review period prior to the Public Hearing. Please click the plan link below to view the draft plan. The Public Input period expires on July 6, 2023 and will be followed by a Public Hearing at 9208 Kauko Street, Kaleva, MI on Saturday July 22 at 12pm noon..

Cover of Village of Kaleva & Maple Grove Township Joint Master Plan 2023

Questions and comments can be directed to:

Zach Vega, AICP, Community Planner
Networks Northwest
P: 231-342-0903

Networks Northwest always proves to be a valued resource for our local government planning efforts. No organization does a better job of convening partners, promoting collaboration, and reporting on the data than does Networks Northwest
- Ty Wessell, Leelanau County Commissioner