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Posted on: June 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Reminder: Residents Invited to Share Ideas for Riverfront Redevelopment

June 17, 2022 – The City of Midland and Downtown Development Authority invite residents to help reimagine the future of the Downtown Midland riverfront during a community input meeting to ‘Reimagine the Riverfront’ on Thursday, June 23 from 6 – 7:30 p.m.

The session will be held in Council Chambers of Midland City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, and will include an overview presentation from architect consulting firm PM Blough, Inc. and a brainstorming session to share ideas for future uses, amenities, and activities that could be created along the north side of the Tittabawassee River from the Poseyville Bridge to M-20. 

During the input session, attendees will be asked questions including “What do you like about the current riverfront?”, “What new things or activities would make you visit the river area more often?”, “How can we create year-round activity along the riverfront?”, and more. Input gathered from this meeting will be used to create initial design concepts and programming ideas for future development along the river.

Residents who plan to attend the input session in person are asked to RSVP with a 'ticket' (for space/planning purposes only) at

Residents who cannot attend in person can participate via the chat feature on the Zoom video conference platform using the following methods: 

  • Online: 
    • Webinar ID: 828 1422 7650
    • Password: 041469
  • Phone: (646) 558-8656  
    • Webinar ID: 828 1422 7650
    • Password: 041469

For those unable to attend in person or via Zoom, an online survey will be launched via the City’s online community engagement platform, E-CityHall in July that will collect similar input for planning and development of the riverfront area. To sign up for the service and receive updates when the survey is posted, visit

For more information or questions about this session, please contact the Downtown Development Authority at 989-837-3304 or For more information on the Reimagine the Riverfront project, visit

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