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Platt Road Greenway II
On April 13, 2016 the Pittsfield Charter Township Board of Trustees approved Resolution #16-21 to apply for grant funding for the Platt Road Greenway Project Phase II (PRG II). The proposed PRG II project will provide, for the first time, non-motorized access from the southern portion of the Township to a northern boundary of Pittsfield Township, connecting into the City of Ann Arbor's network to the north, and the potential to connect to the County's Border To Border (B2B) network to the south and east.

PRG II will connect into the existing Platt Road greenway and provide for seamless connection from wall Park (on the south) to Lillie Park) on the north), by away of a ten (10) foot wide paved pathway that also includes two pedestrian crossings: one at the Township Administration Building and another at Wall Park.

Upcoming Public Meeting
On June 3, 2020 at 6:30 PM, Pittsfield Charter Township will host a virtual public forum to obtain your input regarding the draft design for PRG II.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic precludes us from meeting in person so we may provide for your safety and well-being. As such, we have scheduled a virtual Zoom meeting, which you can join either by audio or video.

To register for the meeting via Zoom please click here. Once registered, you will receive a unique link to join the meeting. 

If you would like to join the meeting via phone you can call 929.205.6099 or 877.853.5257 (toll-free) with the following info:
Webinar ID: 96422094605
Password: 948148

iPhone one-tap: +13126266799,,96422094605#,,1#,948148#

We will share a presentation with you on the proposed design and then follow-up with a public discussion to obtain your suggestions and answer your questions.

PRG 2 Map
Click the image below to view the presentation from the June 3, 2020 virtual public meeting.
PRG II Virtual Public Meeting Presentation


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