Energizing the Cadillac West Corridor Improvement Authority
Although the economic health of the Cadillac Resort District is good, a number of local property and business owners have decided it's time to energize the strength and vitality of this tourism-oriented commercial district and take advantage of the continuing popularity of Northwest Michigan as a tourist destination.
Some characteristics of the area include:
Central to Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell providing over 3,000 acres of quality surface water for recreational use
Home to highly popular Mitchell State Park and the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center
Contiguous to thousands of acres of state and federal forests for passive and active recreational use
Traversed by the Cadillac Bike Path with connections to the White Pine Trail State Park, a 92-mile trail that extends from Cadillac to Grand Rapids
Within minutes of the Caberfae Ski Resort
Range of high quality lodging accommodations and restaurants
Full complement of businesses and services catering to the needs of our traveling guests
Year-round recreation destination
Cadillac West Corridor Improvement Authority Board
The Corridor Improvement Authority is charged with identifying strategies for promoting the area's future growth and development. The board meets on the second Thursday of each month in the Council Chambers at Cadillac City Hall. Please feel free to attend the regular meetings to share your visions of the future or send comments to City Hall. The board members are listed below.
Chair: Caitlyn Stark - Cadillac Chamber of Commers