You can help shape the future of Downtown Howell

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A fun survey is now available online that will help guide Howell’s historic and amazing downtown into the future.

The survey is part of the six-month Future of Downtown Development, funded by Main Street America and the Michigan Main Street Center. It comes on the heels of downtown Howell being named this year’s Great American Main Street.

After the survey results are gathered, there will be two sessions for the public.

The first, “Downtown Futures Community Input Forum,” is set for 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Block Brewing Company, 1140 S. Michigan Ave., Howell.

The second session, “Futures Reveal and Open House Event,” is set for 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in the Meabon Room of the Howell Carnegie District Library, 314 W. Grand River Ave., Howell. This session will feature the survey results, group discussions, and drawings and other illustrations of what potential developments in downtown Howell could look like.

You can be part of the process — take the survey by clicking here.


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