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The City of Dearborn Heights, in conjunction with its project partners, the City of Taylor and the civil engineering firm Wade Trim, have scheduled a public forum to secure the public’s input/opinions regarding the proposed Van Born Corridor Improvement Project.
The forum will take place Wednesday, September 19 at the City’s Richard A. Young Recreation Center, 5400 McKinley Street. The meeting will run from 6 - 8 p.m. and all interested parties are invited to attend.
The joint project, shared between the Cities of Dearborn Heights and Taylor, was initiated in 2017 and calls for a host of infrastructure and aesthetic improvements along Van Born Road that will better support local businesses, residents and visitors to the area. The corridor, separated by Van Born Road, is bordered on the north by Dearborn Heights, while the City of Taylor borders on the south.
A steering committee of citizens and business owners from Dearborn Heights and Taylor has been actively meeting with Wade-Trim to consider a number of prospective improvements – particularly between Inkster and Pelham Roads.
Event: Public forum to solicit feedback on the proposed Van Born Corridor Improvement project
Date: Wednesday, September 19
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Richard A. Young Recreation Center. 5400 McKinley Street. Dearborn Heights
Attendance: All interested individuals are invited to attend and share their input