We recently had our pre-construction meeting
on-site prior to the Holiday. The construction phase of this project is officially underway and we anticipate completion later in the fall of this year.
Department of Natural
Parks and Recreation
Mt. Clemens Field
28681 Old North River
Harrison Township, MI
May 23, 2018
DNR OPEN HOUSE UPDATE ON UNION LAKE BOAT LAUNCH SITE PROJECT
QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS SHOULD BE DIRECT TO :
John Terpstra at
The DNR is not sure of the construction and opening schedule yet. Once
the DNR has a complete set of plans and a contractor on board they will have a better idea of the schedule. Project completion within the next two years. DNR has stated
that the project is "Mostly Funded"
-The debris at the current location will be addressed as part of the construction
-A vault toilet facility is part of the current plan.
-Typically the DNR provides barrel trash cans.
-Currently the DNR are proposing 21 parking spaces
-There are no pull thru parking spots.
- The picture currently shows one launch. They have received several requests to add another one, like we have now. They are taking that under consideration.
--DNR may have to consider dredging at the new boat launch.
-The old launch property will be acquired by Commerce
-The lake side portion of the current
launch would become a day park/green space.
-The parking lot will be used to widen Union Lake
May 15, 2018
Contact: John Terpstra, 586-465-2160
DNR to host May
22 open house on proposed boating access site on Union Lake
The Michigan Department
of Natural Resources is seeking public input on a proposed design for a boating access site on Union Lake, near the intersection of Union Lake and Wise roads, in Oakland County
The public open house will take place Tuesday, May 22, 5 to 7 p.m. at the Commerce Township offices, located at 2009 Township
Drive in Commerce Township.
At the open
house, DNR staff will be on hand to answer questions and gather input from the public about the site analysis, proposed design and other factors. The public is welcome to attend at any time
during the two-hour open forum.
The project is funded
through the Michigan State Waterways Fund. This restricted fund, derived from boat registration fees and the Michigan marine fuel tax, helps fund the construction, operation and maintenance of public
recreational boating facilities.
For more information on
this project, contact John Terpstra at 586-465-2160 or email@example.com. For more information on the state waterways program, contact Jordan Byelich at
517-284-6087 or firstname.lastname@example.org.