Downtown Development Authority is overseen by DDA Director: Nathan Mack and a nine member board.
Click here to view DDA Board Meeting minutes.
Click here to view Tax Increment Financing and Development Plan
Click here to view 2019 Annual Report
Board Members are:
Gene Carroll firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Buchtrup email@example.com
Mark Childs firstname.lastname@example.org
Dereck Mashburn. Chair email@example.com
Jeff Heinanen firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Zelenak email@example.com
Norm Fultz FultzN56@gmail.com
Tanya Nevitt firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Fagin email@example.com
Twelve walkable blocks filled with salons, shops, and fabulous dining located at the intersection of Lake & Lafayette streets. Downtown South Lyon is a traditional hometown shopping and dining experience with over 100 stores, restaurants and services including the famous South Lyon Hotel.
Founded in 1832, South Lyon was originally called Thompson's Corner. Today it's known for its historic and charming downtown, numerous family-friendly festivals, top-notch parks and excellent schools. The City of South Lyon offers an unparalleled quality of life nestled in a rural setting yet just minutes from Brighton, Howell, Milford and Northville.
Just a couple of the reasons that Downtown South Lyon continues to be a vibrant place for the past 175 years:
Parks & Trails
The City has over 200 acres of parkland including: McHattie Park, Volunteer Park, Paul Baker Memorial Park (Fountain Park), Andover Park, Columbia Park and the Huron Valley Rail Trail. Learn more about our parks here.
McHattie Park: Located in the heart of the City of South Lyon just off Lafayette Street, this nearly 15 acre park has something for everyone, including playground equipment, little league ball diamonds, sand volleyball courts, sledding hill, outdoor ice skating and hockey rink, along with plenty of open spaces for picnics and outdoor fun. McHattie Park is also home to the historic Witch's Hat Depot Museum, the Freight House and the Victorian Gazebo. A great place to walk the dog, take the children to play or just enjoy the views from a park bench.
Paul Baker Memorial Park: At the intersection of Lake Street and Reynold Sweet Parkway, along the Huron Valley Rail Trail, you'll find the Paul Baker Memorial Park. With a beautiful fountain and gazebo, this small park is a great place to stop and rest as you make your way along the trail.