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August 13, 2014: What should a 21st century Washtenaw Avenue look like? Nathan Voght, ReImagine Washtenaw project manager, explains in this Concentrate Magazine feature article
Download the Corridor Improvement Study (pdf)

July 16, 2014: An online survey by the Arts Alliance seeks feedback on public artwork and design. The survey will be used to create a public arts plan for Washtenaw Avenue.

July 14, 2014: To explore development options for the Golfside/Washtenaw area, Washtenaw County will be holding a community design workshop ("charrette") October 14-16.

Vision for the Washtenaw Avenue Corridor
A corridor that supports a high quality of life with walkable shopping options, housing choices, efficient transit service, great public spaces, bike paths, and access to educational, cultural and employment centers. 

Implementation of ReImagine Washtenaw is currently underway. The Arbor Hills Crossing shopping center and the US-23 interchange pathway show the vision taking shape.
                    Now                             Potential Future

City of Ann Arbor, Pittsfield Township, Ypsilanti Township, City of Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, Washtenaw Area Transportation Study, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Chamber of Commerce, Arts Alliance, and Michigan Department of Transportation.

Washtenaw County received the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Sustainable Communities Planning Grant

For more information, contact Nathan Voght, ReImagine Washtenaw Project Manager 
T: 734-222-3860 E: voghtn@ewashtenaw.org.