Planning & Community Development Department
Bruce Thompson, AICP, Director
Matt Wallace, AICP, Assistant Director
Public Hearing Notice
M-97 GROESBECK CORRIDOR Proposed Design Guidelines
The Groesbeck Corridor design guidelines were developed as part of an overall market study and corridor plan, which is published separately. The process was led by a consulting team, guided by a technical working group and stakeholder input.
These guidelines illustrate the level of design expected by the Township with new development and significant redevelopment or changes in use. It is the intent that property owners, businesses, developers and their design professionals can use the guidelines as a reference when site plans are being developed. The Township may amendment the zoning ordinance to reference these guidelines or modify them into regulatory language.
Ed Manninen, Community Planner II
Carol E. Sobosky, Officer Manager II
Lisa Wolfe, Office Clerk II
Consolidated and Annual Plan
Groesbeck Corridor Properties
2020-21 CDBG Environmental Review Record
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing
Group Day Care Home
Rezoning - Map Amendment
Special Land Use
Zoning Board of Appeals
Zoning Verification (Site Compliance)
Community Development Block Grant 5 Year Plan 2019-2023
Request for input!
If you have thoughts on projects or problems you think the Township should be addressing with its Community Development Block Grant funds, please click here to review this brief presentation and contact Matt Wallace at the Department of Planning and Community Development at either email@example.com or 586/723-8084.
Planning Review Fees
2020 Planning Commission
Kirkanne Moseley, Chairperson
Ronald DiBartolomeo, Vice-Chairperson
Katherine Cherry, Secretary
Larry Opalewski Jr.
Denise C. Trombley
The Planning Commission typically meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month to hold regular meetings. The Commission meetings are open to the public and are at 6:30 p.m. in the Township Board Chambers at the Civic Center. The Planning Commissioners are appointed by the Township Board of Trustees after recommendation by the Township Supervisor. They each serve 3 year terms and can be re-appointed. State enabling legislation allows for a total of 9 members on the Planning commission, one of which must be a Township Board member.
2020 Zoning Board of Appeals
Frank Marella, Chairperson
Robert M. Campbell, Secretary
The Zoning Board of Appeals typically meets the third Wednesday of each month to consider variance requests. The meetings are open to the public and are at 6:30 p.m. in the Township Board Chambers at the Civic Center. Members of the Board of Appeals are appointed by the Township Board of Trustees after recommendation by the Township Supervisor. They each serve 3 year terms and can be re-appointed
All correspondence to the Planning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals members should be addressed as follows:
c/o Clinton Township Offices
Dept. of Planning & Comm. Dev.
40700 Romeo Plank Road
Clinton Township, MI 48038