City Officials Encourage Residents to Share Their Vision

Rochester Hills Seeks Community Input for Future Development

The City of Rochester Hills is embarking on a planning study for the Auburn Road Corridor. This area is also referred to as Olde Towne or the Brooklands (from Culbertson Ave. to Dequindre Rd.) The city is looking for residents to share their thoughts and opinions to help this area become a vibrant business district. This ten minute survey is available online at

“Having residential feedback is critical to the success of our projects,” states Mayor Bryan K. Barnett. “It ensures that our plans contain a vision that the community can stand behind and support.” In addition to this survey, city officials will work with a team of professional consultants, city staff, boards, commissions, a steering committee, the public and surrounding communities. The city is encouraging as much local participation as possible. 

In addition to the survey, interested residents can also take part by emailing the Planning Department at to be invited to future meetings and input opportunities. City planners hope to use this feedback to find innovative ways to encourage people to spend their time along the corridor. Recommendations from the study will include new investments, possible road improvements, and public space design.

Established in 1984, the City of Rochester Hills is a prosperous community offering residents and businesses superior services. Voted one of the top places to live by several sources including CNNMoney magazine, Rochester Hills is committed to sustaining its position among the nation’s preeminent places to live, work and raise a family. Through the city’s focus on health, education, and technology; the community continues to attract forward-thinking leaders and businesses.

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  1. Just a quick note that there is a typo in the email address above.
    Interested residents can also take part by emailing the Planning Department at to be invited to future meetings and input opportunities

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