City of Saginaw MI -
Downtown Development Authority
The Saginaw Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was formed in 1981 by the Saginaw City Council. The DDA was created for the interests of the public to halt property value deterioration and increase property valuation where possible in the City's business district and to eliminate the causes of deterioration. The purpose of the DDA is to bolster economic activity and development within the DDA District.
The DDA strives to create business retention programs, job creation activities, and overall economic development projects. Questions, concerns, or inquiries should be directed to Stephanie Bauer, sbauer@SaginawFuture.com 989 754-8222, ext. 240.
Over 540 acres of parks that include the Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House, The Children's Zoo at Celebration Square, Hoyt Park, Splash Pad, Skate Park, Ojibway Island, and Andersen Enrichment Center with the award-winning rose gardens.
Cultural and Arts attractions are vast and include the Saginaw Art Museum, Mid-Michigan's Children's Museum, The Castle Museum of Saginaw County, Saginaw Railway Museum, and the Catholic Heritage Museum. Historic markers are attractions fill the downtown area.
Entertainment venues in the downtown area include the Dow Event Center, the Temple Theatre, and the Pit and Balcony Theater. The Saginaw Spirit, OHL Hockey League, and the Saginaw Sting, 2012 champion arena football team, both call the Dow Event Center home.
State-of-the-Art medical facilities are located in downtown, including Covenant Hospital, St. Mary's of Michigan Hospital and the CMU College of Medicine.
Downtown Special Events
- Positive Results Downtown Saginaw Friday Night Live Concert Series
- Old Town Motor Fest
- Positive Results Downtown Saginaw's Christmas Parade
- Lawn Chair Film Festival
- WKCQ Music Fest
- Independence Day fireworks
- Holidays in the Heart of the City
- Shiver on the River Tournament
- Jazz of Jefferson
- Downtown Farmers Market
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Mid Michigan Waste Authority is pleased to announce that we will not be charging residents who turn in CRT televisions and monitors at our Tech Tuesday drop-off days on September 6 and 13. MMWA’s e-waste days will continue to accept other electronic items like keyboards, printers, mice, hard drives, flat screen monitors, cables, scanners, phones, tablets, and fax machines for free. To keep the event entirely free, there will also be no charge to recycle flat screen televisions.
Tech Tuesdays will be held on September 6 and 13 from 9am to 1pm at MMWA’s Community Resource Recovery Center, 2063 S Miller Rd (between Ederer and Swan Creek Roads) in Saginaw.
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POLICE CRIME MAPPING:
The City of Saginaw PD has new crime mapping software available. Click the link below to access an interactive Crime map of the City.
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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rules have changed. To see how the City of Saginaw is now handling FOIA requests, please visit our new FOIA page.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION:- M-46/GRATIOT AVE. INTERMITTENT LANE CLOSURES BETWEEN SUPERIOR AND MICHIGAN
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