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City/Town
In effect
East Lansing Green Building Policy, Resolution 2009-01
East Lansing, MI
Requirement, Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2009, the East Lansing City Council adopted a resolution requiring new municipal construction larger than 5,000 square feet to earn LEED Silver certification, and requiring renovations to follow a LEED checklist. The policy also requires private projects that receive municipal incentives up to 15% of the total project cost to earn LEED certification, private development projects that receive over 15% of the project costs in municipal incentives with one building to earn LEED Silver certification, and private development projects that receive over 15% in incentives with multiple buildings to achieve LEED for Neighborhood Development Silver certification and achieve at least 1 point under Green Infrastructure & Buildings Credit 1 or achieve at minimum LEED Silver certification for each building. Private building renovations that receive municipal incentives are required to earn LEED certification. Incentives include tax increment financing funds, brownfield redevelopment funds, community development block grant funds, parking revenue bonds, or other financing mechanisms. As of 2021, the Green Building Policy was under revision.
City/Town
Elapsed
Clawson Municipal, Chapter 34, Division 23, Ordinance 670
Clawson, MI
Enabling/Encouraging legislation, Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2009, the Clawson City Council adopted Ordinance 670, encouraging LEED certification for development projects in Clawson. The policy has elapsed.
City/Town
In effect
Ypsilanti Municipal Code, Article XI-D, Section 1173, Ordinance 2008-378
Ypsilanti, MI
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2008, the Ypsilanti Charter Township adopted Ordinance 2008-378, allowing LEED-certified buildings to have up to three additional stories and 35 feet of building height.
City/Town
In effect
Groveland Municipal Code, Article III, Section 54-474, Ordinance 164
Groveland, MI
Enabling/Encouraging legislation, Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2008, Groveland Township adopted Ordinance 164, encouraging the use of LEED certification in the development overlay district.
City/Town
In effect
Resolution Adopting LEED Standards
Novi, MI
Enabling/Encouraging legislation, Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2007, the Novi City Council passed a resolution adopting LEED as the City's preferred green building rating system. The resolution encourages adherence to LEED standards and criteria in local private development and encourages the City to consider greening the City's building policies.
City/Town
Repealed
Milford Municipal Code, Chapter 32, Article III, Section 32-526
Milford Charter Township, MI
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2007, the Milford Charter Township amended its building code to require planned unit development projets to provide a public benefit in order to be eligible for rezoning, planning commission review, and township board approval. Suggested public benefits include traffic flow improvement, preservation of the township's natural features, or earning LEED certification.
City/Town
In effect
Rochester Hills Master Land Use Plan
Rochester Hills, MI
Enabling/Encouraging legislation, Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2007, the Rochester Hills Planning Commission adopted the Master Land Use Plan, which recommends that all new construction and major renovations of municipal buildings earn LEED certification. The Plan also recommends developing incentives for residential and non-residential buildings to achieve LEED certification. The 2018 Master Land Use Plan update also adds an action strategy to educate the development community about the benefits of LEED certification.
City/Town
In effect
Auburn Hills Green Building Policy
Auburn Hills, MI
Enabling/Encouraging legislation, Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2006, the Auburn Hills City Council adopted the Auburn Hills Green Building Policy, encouraging all applicable municipal and private development projects to achieve LEED certification.
City/Town
In effect
Grand Rapids Sustainability Policy for City Buildings, Policy 600-16
Grand Rapids, MI
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2006, the Grand Rapids City Commission adopted Policy 600-16, requiring all new municipal buildings larger than 10,000 square feet and valued at $1 million in construction costs to earn LEED certification. The policy further stipulates that all municipal renovations and building operations should follow LEED guidelines.
City/Town
Repealed
Milford Municipal Code, Article XI, Chapter 94, Section 94-305
Milford, MI
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2005, the Milford City Council adopted Ordinance 231-106, permitting the development of single-family residential clusters, under certain circumstances, in situations where the normal subdivision approach would otherwise be restrictive owing to the presence of environmentally sensitive lands on the site. These developments must provide a public benefit, including through demonstrating adherence to LEED principles.