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Gratiot Avenue Corridor in Clinton Township

 Welcome to the home page of the Clinton Township Downtown Development Authority - a business district filled with history, tradition, and an exciting outlook for the future!






 Join the Flags along Gratiot movement sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Clinton Valley

The Clinton Township Gratiot Downtown Development Authority and the Kiwanis Club of Clinton Valley have teamed up to offer you the opportunity to fly Old Glory in front of your business.  The Kiwanis will install a 3' x 5' flag and 10 foot tall flagpole in front of your business for $50 a year.  The flags will be installed on five flag days....Memorial Day, Flag Day, Indpendence Day, Labor Day and Veteran's well as the week before the annual Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise.  The Kiwanis do all the work for you. Already almost 100 flags are flying along the corridor through the program.  You can join too by call Paula Richards of the Clinton Valley Kiwanis at 248-431-1726, or Joseph Peruzzi, Clinton Township DDA Liaison at 586-723-8045.


Clinton Macomb Library opens South Branch Library in former Slapsticks Building

The Clinton Macomb Public Library has opened a new South Branch library in the former Slapsticks building.  The 26,000 square foot library branch will house a wide assortment of medium including books, electronic books, video and educational aids for the blind and deaf.  The new investment tops $4 million. 

DDA banners to change through the seasons


The Clinton Township Gratiot Downtown Development Authority (DDA) continues to help create a sense of place along the Gratiot corridor by periodically installing 2' x 6' seasonal and message banners from median light poles.  Recently the DDA installed banners for the upcoming Gratiot Cruise August 2nd, the Festival of the Senses for September 26 and 27 and summer Clinton Township message.  The banners are designed to let consumers know they have entered a very special commercial district.

Branding the area under the DDA is one way to attract the attention of consumers by letting them know that local business and the community are investing and improving the area.  The DDA knows it's a tough, competitive business environment out there.  Other area corridors like M-59 and Gratiot Avenue north and south of the township are working hard to pull customers to their doors.

The DDA doesn't want consumers to forget about Clinton Township's portion of Gratiot.  And you are invited to help.  DDA meetings are held on 7:30 a.m. on the second Wednesday of every month at the Baker College Campus on 15 Mile Road.  You are invited to attend.  For more information contact DDA Liaisons Joe Peruzzi at 586-723-8045 or Carlo Santia at 586-723-8083.