Saline City Council met for a work session on Monday night to discuss a proposed parking analysis in the northwest quadrant of the downtown four corners area. Specifically, they were talking about the eastern half of the block encompassed by Michigan Avenue, North Ann Arbor Street, McKay Street and Lewis Street.
Experts from the National Main Street Center say the downtown that serves Saline appears built for a community of 3,000 to 4,000 people. Today, the City of Saline is home to about 9,100 people. Many of those people, as well people in the neighboring townships, view downtown Ann Arbor as their playground.
Saline will receive technical assistance from national experts, host stakeholder meetings, and develop transformation strategies aimed at taking their downtowns to the next level. The community is invited to participate in a survey by clicking the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/