The Master Plan is an essential document that establishes a community vision and guides future development. The Master Plan is long-range in its view and intended to guide development in the Village over a period of ten to twenty years. The State of Michigan requires all communities to review and/or update their Master Plan every five years. The Village of Ortonville last updated the Master Plan in 2022.
Brandon-Ortonville 5-Year Parks & Recreation Master Plan
Brandon Township and the Village of Ortonville joined hands to prepare a joint Parks and Recreation Master Plan and identify the parks and recreation needs of the community. This update builds on the ideas set forth in previous plans, makes recommendations for meeting the community's future recreation needs, and presents an implementation strategy for parks and recreation improvement.
The Brandon-Ortonville Parks and Recreation Master Plan articulates a vision for parks, pathways, and recreation in Brandon Township and the Village of Ortonville. The purpose of this Plan is to guide recreation planning and development efforts of the Village of Ortonville and Brandon Township over the next five-year period. Once adopted, this Plan is the official document to be used by the Village and the Township to guide decisions regarding parks and recreation. The Plan is intended to meet state standards for community recreation planning that are necessary to gain eligibility for grant programs.