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Public Engagement for Use of Vacant City-Owned Lots

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The city is conducting a public engagement process to assist in developing a shared understanding and language about affordable housing, and its relationship to jobs, development, growth, and planning, by creating a framework for discussing or evaluating these issues. Specifically, issues will be discussed in the context of the redevelopment of six city-owned properties: 721 N. Main, 415 W. Washington, 353 S. Main, 350 S. Fifth, 309 S. Ashley, 121 E Catherine.

For more information or to share feedback please visit  www.community-engagement-annarbor.com​​​  or email Derek Delacourt [email protected]


Upcoming Housing + Affordability Engagement​

None at this time.


Past Housing + Affordability Engagement

​2021

2020

  • ​​A survey regarding potential d​​evelopment at  721 N. Main, 121 E. Catherine, 309 S. Ashley, and 353 S. Main closed December 14, 2020
  • ​Thursday, December 10, 2020 Virtual Engagement Session for 721 N. Main, 121 E. Catherine, 309 S. Ashley, and 353 S. Main 
  • ​Monday, November 9, 2020  Virtual Engagement Session for 721 N. Main, 121 E. Catherine, 309 S. Ashley, and 353 S. Main 
  • ​Wednesday, October 14, 2020  Design Review Board Meeting for 350 S. Fifth Ave​
  • October 1, 2020  Virtual Engagement Session for 721 N. Main, 121 E. Catherine, 309 S. Ashley, and 353 S. Main 
  • May 21, 2020 Virtual Resident Participation Meeting for 415 W Washington Street.  To view the meeting, click here
  • February 25, 2020 Public Meeting at the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority

2019

  • December 9, 2019 Housing + Affordability Discussion at the Ann Arbor District Library Downtown Branch
  • December 8, 2019 Housing + Affordability Discussion at Cirq, 210 S. 1st Street
  • December 7, 2019 Housing + Affordability Discussion at the Ann Arbor YMCA, Michigan Room
  • December 6, 2019 Housing + Affordability Discussion at the Ann Arbor District Library Downtown Branch
  • December 5, 2019 Housing + Affordability Discussion at the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority

Flyer from 2019 Meetings: Housing + Affordability: Community Discussion Meeting Date Flyer 2019  (PDF)​​