"Project Resiliency" is a dignified and honorable public display of a September 11, 2001 (9/11) World Trade Center artifact consisting of a 500 pound section of steel beam.

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The final recommended conceptual design of the Dwight Pete Mitchell City Center Park as presented on 10.22.15.



Frozen Water Line Policy

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Snow Removal Plan

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Seven Cities to Receive Economic Development Assistance 

Benton Harbor is among seven Michigan cities selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects designed to attract and retain residents and employers. Specifically, Benton Harbor will get help engaging the public on designing and activating Dwight Pete Mitchell City Center Park in downtown.

Benton Harbor, along with Boyne City, Lathrup Village, Monroe, Niles, Saginaw, and Traverse City will participate in PlacePlans, the Michigan Municipal League announced today. The seven cities were selected as part of a statewide application process.  PlacePlans is a joint effort between the League and Michigan State University to help communities design and plan for trans-formative place-making projects. The PlacePlans are done with support from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) and Governor Snyder’s MIplace Partnership.

Read more: Benton Harbor Selected for PlacePlans Work