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Downtown Development Authority (DDA)

Mt. Pleasant's Downtown Development Authority (DDA) encompasses Mission Street (from Bluegrass to the north city limit), Pickard Street (from Arnold to Packard), and Broadway Street (from Mission to Fancher).

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DDA is funded by a portion of the property taxes from the properties located within their districts. The DDA Board then determines how the funds will be utilized, which directly or indirectly benefits all properties within the district. Typical projects include aesthetic improvements such as landscape, decorative lighting, entry walls, sidewalk brick pavers, planters, banners, holiday decorations, and the ongoing maintenance of those improvements.

An eleven-member advisory board oversees the operation of the DDA. Board members are appointed by the City Commission and serve staggered four-year terms without pay.

By-Laws of the Mt. Pleasant DDA

DDA Corridor Improvement Incentive Guidelines

Mission Street/Pickard Avenue - District Development Plan

Mission Street/Pickard Avenue - District Development Plan - Second Amendment

Mission Street/Pickard Avenue - District Development Plan - Third Amendment

DDA Meeting Information

Unless otherwise noted, all DDA meetings are held at 10:00 a.m. in Conference Room A (upstairs), Mt. Pleasant City Hall, 320 W. Broadway.