The Planning Commission was established in 2007 and consists of seven members. The Planning Commission is responsible for the preparation and implementation of the Master Plan, Capital Improvements Plan, administration of the zoning ordinance, formulating proposed policies on growth and redevelopment of the City.
If you would like to serve on the Planning Commission in the, please submit an application
and any additional items you feel are applicable to the City Clerk.
Key Accomplishments of the Planning Commission
Each year the Planning Commission compiles an annual report which details their activities and accomplishments.2018 Annual Report
Capital Improvement Plan
A capital improvement plan is a 6-year schedule of public physical improvements which identifies the needs for improvements, as well as the funding source to implement them. It provides a schedule of
expenditures for constructing, maintaining, upgrading, and/or replacing a community’s physical inventory. In short, it is a tool to assess and prioritize long-term capital improvement projects.
The City of Lathrup Village is required to develop a 6-year capital improvement plan and update it annually per the Michigan Planning Enabling Act. The capital improvement plan is a dynamic planning document, intended to serve as a tool to implement the City of Lathrup Village’s Master Plan. The Master Plan should correspondingly include capital improvement projects as well as guide long-term capital planning. The Planning Commission is uniquely qualified to manage the development and annual update of the City’s CIP, based on their role in creating and updating the city’s Master Plan.The Planning Commission’s role will ensure that public works projects are
consistent with the land uses identified within the Master Plan.
2019 - 2025 Capital Improvements PlanMeetings
The Planning Commission meets every THIRD Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm on the second floor Council Chambers of City Hall (27400 Southfield Road, Lathrup Village, MI 48076). Meeting dates for 2019
.Agendas & Minutes
Planning Commissioners are volunteers who are appointed by City Council for 3 year terms. According to City Ordinance the Planning Commission “shall consist of five to seven members, four to six of which shall be qualified electors of the city and who shall represent insofar as is possible different professions or occupations and one member of city council.”
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- Jason Hammond (Secretary)
- Charo Hulleza (Member)
- Bruce Kantor, City Council Liaison
- Mark Piotrowski, (Chairperson)
- Les Stansbery (Member)
- Anna Thompson (Member)