On this page:
- Commerce Centers in Michigan
- Does Population Count?
- State of Michigan Cities
- Michigan’s Natural Resources As They Relate to Land Use Planning and Zoning
- Chasing the Past or Investing in our Future
- Right-Sizing Cities Article Series
- To Plan or Not to Plan: Current Activity within Michigan’s Local Governments
- Why Detroit Matters Article Series
Are We Supporting Sprawl Through Aid to High-Growth Communities?
Revisiting the 1998 State Revenue Sharing Formula Changes is an Informing the Debate Urban and Economic Fiscal Concerns series prepared by Michigan State University’s Urban Affairs Programs and the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR)
Series of articles by Dr. Adesoji “Soji” O. Adelaja, Hannah Distinguished Professor in Land Use Policy on having an increasing population as a basic economic development strategy.
This MSU Agricultural Experiment Station research report reports on the results of a survey of planning officials and focus groups concerning their professional development and information needs, kinds of training formats preferred, if there is a demand for web-based training, if there is interest in a certification program.
Land Use Planning and Growth Management: Comparative Policy Perspectives on Urban Sprawl and Future Open Space preservation
A MSU Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station research report (RR587, May 2005) which covers urban decentralization in the United States; population, land use trends and policy issues in the Great Lakes region and in Michigan; balancing land supply and demand; regulatory and non-regulatory approaches to land use planning; federal, state and local government’s roles in urban growth management; how these issues are handled in the Netherlands and New Zealand; and toward a strategy for urban growth management in Michigan.
Perspectives on Land Use: A Survey of Township Land Use Decision Makers in Michigan is research report 583 prepared by the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.
Perspectives on Land Use: A Survey of Statewide Land Use Decision Makers in Michigan is research report 582 prepared by the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.
n this pamphlet, you will find results of a statewide survey of Michigan’s local governments on their activity in planning and zoning. It is the first statewide survey conducted in Michigan since 1994. The survey was funded by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. It was a joint effort between MSU‘s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR), the Planning & Zoning Center, the Michigan Association of Counties, the Michigan Municipal League, the Michigan Society of Planning, the Michigan Townships Association, and MSU Extension. The data were updated in July 2004.
Series of articles by Dr. Adesoji “Soji” O. Adelaja, Hannah Distinguished Professor in Land Use Policy on Detroit and its importance to the economic health of all of Michigan.