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.

Downtown Streets Design Meeting on August 21

A public meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 21 to begin the process of planning the future design of these streets. The meeting will be held at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts at 435 W South Street from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Please join the discussion and share your ideas on how these streets can best contribute to the vision for Kalamazoo's future!

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New Transportation Updates Will Make Kalamazoo a More Connected City

A group of four transportation items were approved by the Kalamazoo City Commission on January 7, moving Kalamazoo closer to becoming a Connected City and implementing policies to continue progress.

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Share Your Input on Parking Downtown

The Kalamazoo Downtown Partnership (KDP) is studying parking downtown. KDP needs your help! Share your input and downtown parking experiences by taking the Downtown Kalamazoo Parking+ Stakeholder Survey.

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What are Form-Based Codes?

IK2025 participants stated a desire for predictable development and high quality public spaces. Form-based codes can help us achieve those goals Downtown and in the neighborhood and commercial nodes by creating walkable, vibrant, and inviting areas that give residents easy access to their daily needs and set businesses up for success.

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Planning Commission approves Master Plan

The Master Plan has been approved by Planning Commission

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Master Plan is now available!

The Master Plan is now available!

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Complete Streets

Streets are a vital part of livable, sustainable, and economically stable communities. Everyone, regardless of age, ability, income, race, or ethnicity, must to have safe, comfortable, and convenient access to community destinations and public places–whether walking, driving, bicycling, or taking public-transportation.

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