The Final Draft of the Boonville Downtown Revitalization Plan was adopted by the Boonville City Council on March 3.  The Plan is now in its final form.  Click here for a PDF copy of the final plan.  (Be patient, the large file size may take some time to download.)  Click here for a PDF of the brochure of recommended projects. 

Thank you to all who participated in the planning process.


The Final Draft Boonville Downtown Revitalization Plan is now complete. Click here for a PDF copy of the final draft plan.

A Public Hearing for the Final Draft Boonville Downtown Revitalization Plan has been scheduled for Wednesday, February 23 at 4:00 PM in Boonville City Hall (135 South 2nd Street). The Public Hearing notice can be viewed here. The Public Hearing gives Boonville residents an opportunity to express their views on the final draft of the plan before the plan is in its final form. Recommended projects for downtown Boonville will be shown during a short presentation at the hearing.

Please fill out this short survey to help guide the development of the Boonville Downtown Revitalization Plan. The survey will allow you an opportunity to provide your thoughts on the overall perception of downtown Boonville and what items you feel are needed to make the downtown area a lively and successful destination. Click here to go to the survey page or click on the link “Click here to go to the survey” in the right hand column under the heading Downtown Boonville Attitude Survey.

The second community workshop was held on July 27th at the Boonville-Warrick County Public Library. Ten people attended the meeting to discuss Goals and Objectives, as well as alternative projects for the future of downtown Boonville. If you missed the meeting and would like to view and comment on workshop materials, please see the list below.

For Goals & Objectives presented at the workshop click here.

For the Map of alternative locations of trails, a youth center, skatepark, etc. click here.

For Alternative concepts of the square, gateways, and a downtown park click here.

For Alternative pictures of street lights, street furniture, signs, etc. click here.

Please make any comments regarding these materials under the slideshow below.

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Why is revitalizing downtown and people’s support of it so important? A video created by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, from the Main Street National Trust for Historic Preservation website, explains why.  The video can be played below. For more information or to download the video, click here.

The second community workshop will be held in the Boonville-Warrick County Public Library at 611 West Main Street in Boonville on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Please check the Community Workshop #2 page for more details or view the flyer here.

Around 30 people attended the first community workshop. The workshop included a L.A.N.D. exercise to determine the Liabilities, Assets, Needs and Dreams of downtown Boonville and the community as a whole. The needs were voted on by the participants. View a list of the liabilities, assets, needs and dreams that came out of the workshop here.

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