How do I learn more about the Joint Planning Commission (JPC)?

The Joint Planning Commission consists of an equal number of City and Township members. Their duties are to make decisions on all land use for properties subject to a 425 Agreement between the City and Township. The JPC mirrors the Planning Commission in the way it hands down recommendations for rezonings and special land uses and approves site plans. The cooperation with Marshall Township and the City gives this area a uniqueness not found in many other communities.

The Joint Planning Commission (City of Marshall and Township of Marshall) will meet at 7 pm at 

Marshall City Hall
323 W Michigan Avenue
Marshall, MI 49068

In the year 2023 on the 2nd Tuesday of the month on an as needed basis.

If the Joint Planning Commission has no business, the meetings will be cancelled. If business is required of the Joint Planning Commission between their regularly scheduled meetings, a special meeting will be scheduled.

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1. How do I apply for a site plan review?
2. How do I develop property in the City of Marshall?
3. How do I find the City Zoning Ordinance?
4. How do I learn more about the Joint Planning Commission (JPC)?
5. How do I learn more about the Planning Commission?
6. How do I learn more about the River District Overlay?
7. How do I move a house in the City of Marshall?
8. How do I propose a Planned Unit Development (PUD)?
9. How do I rezone a property?
10. What is Rental Rehabilitation?
11. What is the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA)? How do I apply for a variance?
12. What are zoning permits?
13. How do I appeal a letter I have received from code enforcement on noxious weeds?
14. What is a Special Land Use and who needs one?
15. Can I have a portable storage container or a dumpster in the City?