The Marquette Plan illustrates a compelling long-term, common vision to guide future decision making for the entire forty-six-mile Lake Michigan shoreline. This comprehensive vision is intended to create a lasting legacy that looks at each community individually and collectively, addressing both community-specific needs and broader regional objectives. The Plan is action oriented and geared to achieve tangible quality of life improvements for the residents of northwest Indiana.
Do you want to know more about the Marquette Plan? You can read the original two phases here, and the update completed in 2015 here.
- Technical Assistance Planning (TAPP) Toolkit
- Coastal Hazards Planning Guidance for Indiana Coastal Communities