Park and Recreation Plan
Plans help cities achieve their goals. Listed below are the City of Eastpointe's visionary planning documents.
A Master Plan is a document and policy guide designed to help communities create a vision of what they want their city to look like in the future. Master Plans help guide communities in their decisions on land use development and preservation. Master Plans are written and adopted by a local Planning Commission and might also be adopted by a local legislative body, although Master Plans are not laws on their own. Click here for the City of Eastpointe's 2040 Master Plan.
The intent of a community park and recreation plan is to create an inventory of existing facilities and resources, identify community recreation and open space needs, and set a plan of action for a five-year period. This plan is also referred to as a five-year recreation plan. Click here for the 2020 - 2024 Eastpointe Roseville Joint Parks and Recreation Master Plan.
9 Mile Strategic Corridor Plan
Corridor plans can facilitate linking land use and transportation, connect infrastructure to development decisions, and coordinate redevelopment along a corridor by building partnerships between numerous public and private agencies and organizations. Click here for the 9 Mile Strategic Corridor Plan.