Downtown Development Authority (DDA)

The Downtown Development Authority meets the third Monday of each month at 8:00 am. The DDA devises projects to prevent urban deterioration and to encourage development and revitalization.

Projects completed by the DDA include Public Library contribution, New Dock & Stairway at Wallace Park, Lake Street Building Demolition, Roscommon County Courts Facility Funding, Downtown Railroad parking Project, New Roads in Industrial Park, Flowers in the Village, as well as various downtown beautification projects such as sidewalks, light poles, trees, flower boxes, brick pavers, landscaped Village of Roscommon welcome signs, light pole banners, and the town clock.

For questions or further information please contact the DDA President, Thomas O’Brien at 989-275-3075.

Current Board (pictured above, not in order)): Sue Jock, Jim Anderson (Vice President), Roy Spangler, Thomas O’Brien (President), Doug Hodges, Erine Adams, Tim Legg,  Andrea Weiss (Treasurer), Tammy Schwalm (Secretary), Phil Weiler, John Rosczyk (CEO), James Ward and Ron Alden.

Also pictured: Mark Walling (Economic Development Coordinator) and Diane Love-Suvada (Director – Sawmill Rural Business Incubator and Workspace).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Location

702 Lake St

Roscommon, MI 48653

Hours of Operations
Monday - Friday
8:00 am-12:00 pm
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Closed for Lunch Daily
12:00pm-12:30pm
Announcements
  • Payments Accepted at Village Hall – 11/20/2017

    Counter Payments Check out the link to see what options are available and coming soon in the following weeks!

  • News Brief – 11/15/2017

    Sewer Rates haven’t been finalized and will be on the agenda for next council meeting scheduled for December 11 at 7pm. Plan to attend the next regular council meeting to hear the motion for this!

  • Going Paperless

    Would you like to receive your utility bills via email? Please sign up by clicking here. Don’t forget to add “donotreply@roscommonvillage.com” as a safe sender in your email – we don’t want those emails going to the junk folder.

  • Coming Soon – Online Utility Billing

    Coming soon to your Village Hall – online utility billing! We’re already accepting tax payments on the web and actively working towards adding utility bills to our accessmygov.com website. We’re also adding another means to pay your bill at the counter – credit and debit cards! Stay tuned for more info with our targeted “GO […]