Downtown Development Authority
The Downtown Development Authority promotes economic growth and revitalization within the City's business districts along Bridge Street, Clinton Street, and Saginaw Highway.
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is a 13-member board made up of City residents and non-residents, with a majority of the board having an interest in property within the Development District and at least one member residing in the District. The Mayor appoints 12 members to the Authority for four-year terms expiring August 1st, and the Mayor serves as the thirteenth member during their Mayoral term.
DDA Board, Agendas & Minutes
News in Downtown Grand Ledge
On September 7, 2022, the City of Grand Ledge received a $1 million grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation for a transformational project called, Grand Renovations for Downtown Grand Ledge. For more information, click here.
The DDA works continuously to strengthen the economic vibrancy and quality of life in downtown Grand Ledge. This work is guided by the principles outlined in the DDA Development Plan 1993. Recent development plan progress is detailed below with contracts and projects.
- Library Parking Lot
- Flour Child Parking Lot
- Cugino's Parking Lot (1/20
- E. River Street - adding 101 parking spaces
- Log Jam Parking Lot
- New Aerial Truck
- New Public Art Pieces
|Adam Smith||City Manager||Email Adam Smith||517-627-2149|
|Amee King||Assistant City Manager||Email Amee King||517-622-7925|
DDA Board Members
DDA Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.