Where did all of this come from?
Phase 1 of the comprehensive plan project
focused on gathering input to identify community needs
The first phase of the comprehensive plan process focused on learning from residents ideas for how to make Marshall Township an even better place to live.
Based on 2021 input from the steering committee, community questionnaires, key person interviews, public events and local leadership, four key issues rose to the surface.
Route 910 Traffic and Land Use
Green Space and Future Development
Recreation Facilities and Connectivity
Sense of Place and Identity
For detail on the components of each issue and the vision for how things should change, read this report:
Community Input into the Key Issues
We asked for your ideas about Marshall Township's future, and you responded. Through more than 900 Community Questionnaire submissions, in addition to interviews and focus groups, some clear concepts began to take shape for the next decade of Township priorities.
Key Issues Survey
This survey presented the draft key issues for comment.
Link: See Key Issues Survey Results
Virtual Public Open House
June 15, 2021
This Zoom event featured a brief overview and breakout group discussions on specific Key Issue areas. Click here for breakout session notes. Watch the meeting below.