Your Input is Important!

Stay involved in the development of the S3 by:

  • Attending public meetings for the project
  • Providing input through the project website (the orange Comments Tab or in the box to the right)
  • Taking the community questionnaire
  • Joining the email list to receive updates and stay informed on the S3 process

Public Meetings

Two public meetings were conducted at key points throughout the S3 development. A summary of each meeting is provided below.

Public Meeting #1:
Project Initiation

Held virtually on October 7th followed by an online open house from October 7th – October 21st, 2020.

The first public meeting introduced the community to the S3 planning process, the purpose and function of the S3, and the value of participation while establishing relationships with residents. The meeting started with a presentation to the public and introduced the online open house. The meeting and open house provided opportunities for the public to provide input on compatibility issues and a forum to ask questions about the S3 project and process.

Public Meeting #2:
Interim Findings 

Held virtually on May 27, 2021.

The focus of the second meeting will be to present the compatibility issues and provide an opportunity for community input on such issues and on potential recommendations to address them. The meeting will include a presentation and an interactive exercise to prioritize the importance of the compatibility issues.

As meeting dates and locations are set, information and meeting materials will be posted on this project website.  As the project progresses, links to the agendas and materials from previous meetings will also be posted for easy access and follow-up review. All project materials will remain on the website for the duration of the project.

Copyright Matrix Design Group, 2020
This study was prepared under contract with Macomb County, Michigan with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation. The content reflects the views of the key S3 partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.