You Searched for Projects
Interactive asset mapping and trip planning along Michigan's beautiful Sunrise Coast.
The multijurisdictional Recreational Authority owns and manages three parks in the Grand Traverse area, including Historic Barns Park, Hickory Meadows, and part of Traverse City's West Bayfront.
A local partnership of LIAA's UpNorth Media Center.
This community engagement and technical services program helps citizens, local leaders and public officials plan communities that are more resilient to climate variability, extreme weather events and global economic challenges.
A community planning effort for Monroe, Michigan.
A community planning effort for East Jordan, Michigan.
A community planning effort for Grand Haven, Michigan.
LIAA developed and supports Leelanau County's website.
An interactive website featuring water trails and nearby attractions in St. Clair County, Michigan.
LIAA worked with a wide range of agencies and volunteers to make Michigan's extensive water trail system more visible to paddlers
A community planning effort for St. Joseph, Michigan.
A guidebook for municipalities that LIAA developed with the Michigan Recreation and Park Association.
Communities around Michigan are leveraging trails for community and economic development.
A community planning effort for Ludington, Michigan.
This manual illustrates how communities around northern Michigan can use local and regional trails of all types to maximize tourism and trail-based economic development opportunities.
LIAA worked with the City of Marquette, Marquette Charter Township and Chocolay Charter Township in Michigan's Upper Peninsula to determine the feasibility and potential creation of a new multi-jurisdictional recreational authority.
LIAA's First Heritage Route
LIAA developed Antrim County's website.
Identifying options to preserve and protect wetlands.
LIAA is working to help enact shoreline protection zoning standards in the ten jurisdictions surrounding Lake Charlevoix to help protect water quality within the Lake.
LIAA designed a public gathering space for the reconstruction of the North James St. Plaza in Ludington, Michigan.
LIAA provided site planning and municipal approval services for the addition of Little League baseball fields at Bowers Harbor Park in Peninsula Township
LIAA's UpNorth Media Center produces Michigan's only live TV variety show to benefit an iconic piece of Traverse City.
Working with local youth and Porterhouse Productions to record a live concert.
Building a New Web Presence for EMCOG
Helping Lakefront Owners Interactively Learn About Best Practices
A Single Website for Several Agencies
Print and Interactive Design Combine to Lead Visitors to Michigan Farm Fun
What does a changing climate mean for the people, economy, and environment of Baraga? This master planning project is answering that question and helping Baraga become a more resilient coastal community.
This project is resulting in a new Master Plan for this rural community focused on natural resource preservation and community development.
A design charrette hosted in order to bolster the economic appeal and sense of place in this unique coastal district.
A year-long planning process conducted in the four coastal communities of Macomb County, this project recommended actions to protect the region's water quality and build on coastal amenities.
LIAA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service organization | | Contact Us