Melrose Township Parks and Recreation Plan
Welcome to the MELROSE Township PARKS AND RECREATION Plan Resource Webpage!
This webpage contains all of the most recent information, resources, and documentation for the Melrose Township Parks and Recreation Plan Development Process.
The development of the Melrose Township Parks and Recreation Plan is occurring over an eight to twelve-month period from the summer of 2022 until the early summer of 2023. 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 Melrose Township Planning Commission is the appointed body that is charged with guiding the Parks and Recreation 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: http://www.melrosetwp.org/government_departments/planning_commission/index.php
Melrose Township Public Input Sessions
The Melrose Township Planning Commission with assistance from Networks Northwest will be hosting two (2) opportunities for public input on the development of the new Parks and Recreation Plan. These sessions will assist with the development of goals and objectives to assist the Township in recreation facility decision-making.
Meeting dates and times will be added as they are scheduled
Melrose Township Survey is Available
Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in the Community Survey. Responses are confidential and will be used to inform the plan. Survey results will be shared at an upcoming meeting.
Documents and Maps
Documents and draft plans will be posted as they become available.
Parks and Recreation Plan Contact:
Jennifer Neal, A.I.C.P., Community Planner
2240 Mitchell Park Drive, Ste. B
Petoskey, MI 49770
Our Township greatly benefits from Network Northwest's experience, depth of knowledge and understanding. Because they work with so many diverse communities in our ten-county region they understand the local land-use issues and are already working on solutions by the time we realize we need some help.Susan Odom, Chair, Suttons Bay Township Planning Commission