Event Planning Checklist
Includes information on funding sources, fundraising, grant writing, volunteer contributions, and community-mandated labor.
Event Planning Checklist
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 2010 Campaign for Active Transportation Campaign for each state to receive $50 million in federal funds focused on infrastructure and programs to shift automobile trips to walking or biking trips. Pledge Program Getting individuals to pledge to walk or bike more, and drive less. This program strives to engage local active transportation advocates [...]
This is a matrix showing non-motorized transportation facilities and the funding sources they are eligible for. This document was taken from the MDOT State Long-Range Transportation Plan.
Act 51 addresses distribution of revenues to Michigan counties, cities and villages. This article provides background on the Act with a focus on the non-motorized funding component.
This information is for a trail millage campaign for the Iron Ore Heritage Trail in Marquette County, Michigan.
The Michigan Transportation Plan, also known as the State Long-Range Plan, is a 25-year plan for transforming Michigan’s transportation system. The Non-Motorized Transportation Technical Report is a component within this plan.
These guidelines cover any charitable fund raising event, or other special event, conducted on the Wadhams To Avoca Trail under the jurisdiction of the St Clair County Parks and Recreation Commission (sometimes hereinafter referred to as the County or the Commission) by any group other than the County.
Support for building a regional trail system in Genesee County has grown over the last few years and it was found that the County lacked a united guiding plan and vision for creating a trail system that connects urban, suburban and rural communities.
Michigan’s current trail assets represent impressive progress toward completion of an interconnected state trail system serving motorized and non-motorized users.
To achieve an interconnected statewide system in a more systematic, focused, and efficient way, coordinated and concerted action at a statewide level among the many organizations pursuing trail development will be necessary.
Achieving the Governor’s vision will require connectivity in all its manifestations: infrastructure, financial, programmatic, stakeholder support, design and technical
Connecting Michigan is an especially proactive and broad-based initiative to identify and address the critical issues that are impeding Michigan’s progress on developing a statewide interconnected system of trailways and greenways. These treasured resources, so appealing to a wide array of interests, benefit Michigan communities and provide exceptional opportunities for various recreational pursuits, health and fitness, nonmotorized transportation, environmental enhancement, economic and educational benefits, and tourism. Today’s vision can be tomorrow’s reality.