Innovate Mound Newsletter – February 2020
The Innovate Mound newsletter is designed to keep you informed about the Innovate Mound project as it moves forward. Located in the cities of Warren and Sterling Heights, Macomb County, the project will reconstruct approximately nine miles of Mound Road between 11 Mile Road and M-59. We invite you to share this information with your friends, neighbors, employees, and 08constituents. We’d also like to hear from you—please contact us with your thoughts, ideas, questions, and concerns.
Please attend the first Innovate Mound community event. At Innovate Mound 101, you will have the opportunity to:
- Learn more about the Mound Road project
- Share your thoughts and ideas
- Meet the project team
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
15-Minute Presentations: 3:30, 5:30, and 7:00 p.m.
Location: UAW Local 228, 39209 Mound Road, Sterling Heights, 48310
Can’t make it? Feel free to reach out to us at 1-855-MOUND-4U or email@example.com to share your ideas or schedule a time to talk with our team.
A Local and Governmental Advisory Committee Kickoff Meeting was held on January 28, 2020 to discuss the project and the current status of the pre-construction phase.
What do you think?
The benefit of using the pre-construction time wisely will be a project that benefits both residents and businesses and efficiently utilizes the limited transportation funding.
If you haven’t already, please take a minute to complete our brief survey.
Why Mound Road?
Q & A with Bryan Santo, Director, Macomb County Department of Roads
Do you have a question about this project that you’d like to ask Bryan? Email us today.
Q: How is the project team working with the community ahead of construction?
A: The Innovate Mound project team is currently meeting with residents, local businesses, community organizations, schools, law enforcement, and emergency first responders to gather input and feedback that will help plan for the maintenance of traffic and access during construction. During these meetings the team is also collecting input from the community to ensure that all needs are considered during the planning and design of the project.
Q: Why is this project important to the community’s future?
A: Macomb County is our home. It’s where we live, work, and enjoy everything our community has to offer. Rebuilding this critical corridor will enhance our region, strengthen our economic future and provide the infrastructure necessary for Macomb County to continue to connect, grow and thrive.