Six Year Capital Improvement Plan
Annually, the City of Grosse Pointe reviews and updates its six year capital improvement plan in May. It is then presented to City Council for review. During the City's annual budgetary process, the capital improvement plan for the upcoming budgetary year is incorporated and adopted with the City's annual budget.
The 2021 - 2027 Capital Improvement Plan was presented to City Council on May 11, 2020 :
2021 Capital Improvement Presentation
2021 - 2027 Capital Improvement Plan
Comprehensive Road Improvement Program
In August of 2014, residents approved a new road millage of up to 2.5 mills annually. The program is now entering into its seventh year and is showing results.
City of Grosse Pointe's Road Improvement Program - 7 Years of Progress Charted
Upcoming Road Construction Projects Proposed For The 2021 Calendar Year
At the May 17, 2021 City Council meeting, the City Council approved the 2021 Comprehensive Street and Sewer Project for the following sections of streets:
Loraine - Waterloo to Mack
Rivard - Maumee to Jefferson
Rivard - Kercheval to Charlevoix
Charlevoix - Loraine to Neff
This project will begin on Monday, June 21 with work on Loraine. The remaining streets will see the start of work in July. Residents of the affected blocks will be contacted with a detailed schedule prior to the start of work.
2021 construction projects will be scheduled to begin this summer - view proposed project updates below:
Proposed: 2021-2026 Road Improvement Presentation
2021 Road Construction Updates:
Rivard Road Construction:
Charlevoix Road Construction:
Loraine Road Construction:
Project Start Up (June15, 2021)
Mack Avenue Corridor Improvement Plan
For additional information about this project, please visit mackaveplan.com.
Mack Avenue Zoning Map Amendments
ZONING MAP AMENDMENTS – MACK AVENUE
The Grosse Pointe Planning Commission held a public hearing to consider the proposed map amendments to the Official Zoning Map. The proposed map amendments consist of parcels of land located immediately south of Mack Avenue between Cadieux and Fisher Roads was approved.
Please CLICK HERE to view the new map with the ordinance # and date that it was adopted.