REDEVELOPMENT READY COMMUNITIES (RRC)
Looking for 2 participants from the community to serve on this Committee
Please fill out a Citizens Interest Form and mail or email it to:

Michelle Thibideau, Village Clerk
P.O. Box 399, Centreville, MI 49032
mthibideaucentreville@gmail.com
Deadline is October 31, 2022

Redevelopment Ready Communities is a voluntary technical assistance initiative offered
through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) which empowers
communities to shape their future by building a foundation of planning, zoning, and
economic development best practices and integrating them into their everyday functions.
Communities who engage in the RRC process commit to improving development
readiness by agreeing to undergo a rigorous assessment and working locally to integrate
the best practices as described in the training materials. Developed by public and private
sector experts, the RRC Best Practices are the standard for evaluation
After the baseline assessment, a community is presented with a report that highlights
successes and outlines recommended actions for implementation of the best practice
criteria.
A community must demonstrate how the expectations are being achieved, and when
applicable, may propose alternative approaches. To achieve the community’s desired
RRC level, a community must meet all applicable RRC Best Practice criteria.
Redevelopment Ready Communities certification signals that a community has clear
development policies and procedures, a community-supported vision, a predictable
review process and compelling sites for developers to locate their latest projects.