New Community Projects

Murie Glen

On January 20, 2021, the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on a mixed planned unit development project on parcel 4715-35-300-044.

Thompson Pond parcel

The proposed project will utilize the Mixed Planned Unit Development (MPUD) regulations (Section 14.5). The proposed project includes between 47-51 Single Family Homes and utilized the Open Space (OSPUD) and the Elderly Cottage Housing Opportunity (ECHO) Planned Unit Development regulations. Twenty (20) of the proposed units would be ECHO units, age restricted to 55 plus, and between 27 to 31 of the proposed units would be market rate single family units as allowed under the OSPUD regulations.

The project will develop approximately 17 acres of the  48.79 acres subject site. The project also includes between 1,267,983 and 1,218,643 square foot of preserved open space and 164,182 square foot of submerged land (waterbodies).  88,000 square feet of the preserved open space will be maintained for trails and maintained park areas. The maintained open space areas will include trails, parks, a community pavilion area with community gardens and a picnic area and a pond overlook area.

The project will extend the utilities, roadways and pedestrian trails sidewalk systems from the Mystic Ridge development west of the site and the roadway will be extended to the end of Thompson Pond Road to the east for access to Merrill Road.  

Project documents and meeting details may be found on the Planning Commission meeting page.  Comments will be heard from the public at the hearing. Written comments will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. the day of the hearing. 

Please direct questions to :
  • David Rohr, Planning & Zoning Director / 810-222-1167


Hamburg Township Brownfield Redevelopment Authority awarded

assessment grant and loan for redevelopment

Contact: Janet Michaluk, MDEQ Brownfield Coordinator,, 517-643-0314 Tiffany Brown, MDEQ Public Information Officer,, 517-284-6716

LANSING. Mich.  A contaminated industrial property in Hamburg Township will be returned to productive use with help from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). A $205,000 grant and a $425,000 loan were awarded to the Hamburg Township Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (BRA) to address environmental contamination at the former Hoskins Manufacturing Inc. site located on Hall Road.

The MDEQ and Hamburg Township BRA have partnered with a local developer, Lakeland Building Concepts, LLC, to revitalize the vacant, blighted property. The MDEQ brownfield grant and loan will help assess and mitigate environmental contamination and remove blight. Lakeland Building Concepts will finish needed environmental assessment, conduct interior demolition of an existing office building, and construct storage units that will complement the growing community. The $1,000,000 redevelopment will create one new part-time job.
Learn more about Michigan Brownfields at

Planning Commission Review of The Final CPUD Site Plan For The Crossings and Lakeland Trail (Old Hamburg Elementary Site) - 12/21/2016 at 7:00 p.m.

12/21/2016 Final Site Plan Planning Commission Meeting Web Site Summary

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