Development Partners

Three Milford Civic Organizations have partnered to design and build this project in Central Park. The idea of a concert venue and Public Restrooms grew from a variety of sources: a Call for Public Projects by the Milford Rotary, a desire by the Chamber to provide a community enhancement on behalf of its members and as part of the DDA’s overall master plan for improving the quality of life in Milford. In a short time, the Project has received endorsements from the Village Council and Milford’s Planning Commission and Parks and Recreation Commission as well as the full support of all three organizations’ Boards of Directors. It is the goal of this group to secure private donations, sponsorships and grants for the Project.

“Businesses working together for a stronger community”
chamber w name logoSince 1962, the Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce has worked to improve the economy and quality of life in the Huron Valley area. The Chamber proudly serves Commerce, Highland, Milford and White Lake. The Chamber is an advocate for the community and its businesses, promoting and providing a channel of communication that helps residents, visitors, merchants and business people find and fulfill each other’s needs locally. The Chamber also provides a wide array of bottom line benefits and services to its members to help them save money and increase their business.

windowThe Milford Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was established by Village ordinance in 1982 under Michigan Public Act 197. The Milford Downtown Development Authority is a commercial district revitalization organization dedicated to improving the economic viability, beauty and historic significance of the community. Past public improvement projects include: The Heritage Wheel Sculpture Garden, The Mill Pond Pavilion, The Motley Lights, Main Street ‘02 and numerous other public|private partnerships that aspire to enhance the quality of life in the Village.

RotaryRotary club members are part of a diverse group of professional leaders working to address various community and international service needs. Through community service and other means, Rotary club members help promote peace and understanding throughout the world. Our members are our most important asset. They are the force that allows Rotary to carry out its many humanitarian efforts and achieve its mission.

Donations will be accepted for the Milford AMP Project at Huron Valley State Bank, 130 Milford Road. Checks may be made out to “Amp in the Park”. Check back here for more information. ©2019