Imagine Kalamazoo builds on the good work that is already being done throughout the city. We will be featuring stories from the city, community, and region that inspire the plans that are being done in our city as well as featured updates on the Imagine Kalamazoo 2025 Strategic Vision and Master Plan process.

Kalamazoo Bike Survey Launch

The Kalamazoo Bike Survey has launched!

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Bicycle Network: Existing & Planned

Community Planning & Economic Development, Parks and Recreation, and Public Services are working together, along with Kalamazoo County Parks, local bicycle advocacy groups, and local anchor institutions, to provide a comprehensive bicycle network.

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Staff Feature: Candace May

Our staff feature for this week is Candace May, who just completed her service term at the City as an AmeriCorps member.

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Staff Feature: Venessa Collins-Smith

Our staff feature for this week is Venessa Collins-Smith, the Compliance Specialist II.

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SPK: A Revolution of Values

The launch of the Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo blog! Kevin Ford, the Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo (SPK) Coordinator, shares how in order to reach the goals of SPK we must have a "Revolution of Values".

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2018 Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo (SPK) Action Plan

The purpose of Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo (SPK) is to have a community where no adult and no child is isolated or left behind due to poverty and/or inequality of opportunity. On March 5, 2018 the 2018 Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo (SPK) Action Plan was approved unanimously by the Kalamazoo City Commission.

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Nodes & Increasing Access to Daily Needs

Throughout IK2025 the desire to have more daily needs closer for residents to walk to was heard in every neighborhood. To achieve this, the Future Land Development Plan designates Nodes at key intersections or along specific blocks.

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Staff Feature: Marcy Dix

Our staff feature for this week is Marcy Dix, the Grants Finance Officer.

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Door to Door Flood Relief Help and Information

City staff will be going door to door in neighborhoods this week to help with clean up and damage assessments. If you need help immediately please call 2-1-1. If would like to volunteer to help with either clean up or walking door to door - Please sign up with 2-1-1 Gryphon Place. 

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Staff Feature: Kevin Ford

Our staff feature for this week is Kevin Ford, the Shared Prosperity Coordinator.

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