Valentine's Day has come and gone, however there are still some great savings on gifts for your Valentine. Think chocolat, jewelry and BOGO.

Saying goodbye to Kathleen is by Design.
This is not an Itsy Bitsy Spider, man. Your kids will Marvel at this State of Comics.


All this and more in this week’s edition of the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority’s Weekly Update.

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Katie Cooper
· January 12, 2018
They have a wonderful dog park, old school theatre, the best Italian hamburgers ever, their own cupcake station, and a old school basement to study in peace and a park book exchange. Too cool. Right n...ow they have a ice sculpturing contest. And these people are talented!!! See More
May Willams
· September 2, 2017
That was a really great last concert in plymouth last night wth Dan Raferty great music in the park. Love the concerts in the park some place for everybody too do. Love downtown plymouth.
Sandy Dorda
· December 14, 2016
I love coming to downtown Plymouth to eat and shop. I have a couple of favorite stores. I am, however, very disappointed that the homes and neighborhoods downtown are losing their charm as historic and smaller homes are being torn down to build McMansions on postage sized lots. Some of the homes are ridiculous and don't even fit the character of the remaining historic homes. I just saw a listing for a new built home on Forest for $898,000 really? Can you imagine how high the taxes are becoming for the folks who have owned their homes for years? They will be forced to move out of their homes while downtown Plymouth is gentrified with more million dollar homes. A very sad state of affairs for long-time residents. The taxes are insane! The parking is horrible too! They have events and nowhere to park because you can't park in the neighborhoods and walk. So long small town charm!!!! You've gotten too big for yourself! See More
Melissa Zaineb Hazzard
· May 26, 2017
Downtown Plymouth is an awesome place with tons of fun places to walk to! Great food, festivals and spas.
Sara Laurain
· February 21, 2017
Sun or snow this is one of my favorite places to go! Whether I shop in the little shops or just wander with a coffee in hand I always have a good time!!
Shilpa Patel
· June 19, 2017
Just moved here!!! Wonderful park, restaurants, great to be able to walk to everything!
Rob Scanlon
· October 22, 2016
We live in Dunedin Florida now... We chose Dunedin because our of love for Plymouth.. When we stop back in Michigan, it's a must to come back to our favorite Michigan town...
Randi Harshman
· July 26, 2016
I moved to Plymouth one month ago and love the downtown area. Such cute, quaint shops filled with nice people. Couldn't be happier with my home away from home!
Vicky Serafimovski Jovanovski
· April 27, 2017
Lava coming downtown for lunch! Maya's Deli is my go to spot! They've been around since 1985 and I can clearly see why!
Ben Kroeger
· November 21, 2016
Downtown Plymouth has become a joke. No parking. Tearing down historic homes. Never going to live within the city limits again. Taxes are paying salaries of elected officials to bastardize the cha...racter of the city. See More
Marianne VonBehren
· March 27, 2017
Miss living in Plymouth so much !!! Love downtown and all the shops and events
Carol Raines
· August 5, 2016
Such a blast! Loved the whole town and all the people!
Steve Amphlett
· October 9, 2016
Such a great place to waste a sunny Autumn afternoon. Specially if you grew up in Plymouth (UK) and miss pasties.
Lucia Morrison
· January 10, 2015
Great job Tony, Wes, Oliver, and James. You were all awesome and did a wonderful job showing off Plymouth!!
Carving is underway in #DowntownPlymouth!
It's officially spring in #DowntownPlymouth! Crews are getting the Kellogg Park fountain running for the season!

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The Plymouth Community United Way is looking for volunteers to help pack food for our TEFAP program this week on Thursday February 15. It runs from 8:30 a.m. to around 11:30 a.m. This program helps low income individuals receive food to help them get by. If you volunteer you will be bagging the food and taking it to the cars of the recipients if they need help. If you are interested in helping please call Sarah Scholl at 734-453-6879 ext. 7 or email her at

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It is anticipated that there will be a delivery of equipment to the building on the southeast corner of Ann Arbor Trail and Main Street on TUESDAY morning (02-13-18). As a result of this early TUESDAY morning delivery it is anticipated that the curb lane of Northbound Main Street as you approach Ann Arbor Trail will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to approximately 7:30 a.m.

The schedule may change as a result of equipment, crew scheduling, weather or other factors that may affect the delivery of this equipment. This should only affect the N.B. curb lane of Main Street near Ann Arbor Trail during this brief time period.

Persons with questions regarding this report should contact City Community Development Services at 734-453-1234 ext. 232.

Park Place Gastro Pub Grand Opening is today! #DowntownPlymouth

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Get your Valentine something special at Kilwins in #DowntownPlymouth!

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Kilwin's of Plymouth added 3 new photos.

Valentine's Day is Wednesday! Are you ready? We are!

The next Plymouth DDA Downtown Parking Subcommittee meeting is scheduled for February 21 at 5 p.m. at Plymouth City Hall.…/paid-parking-speci…/315782002/

Talks are under way that could potentially lead to paid parking in downtown Plymouth or a special assessment on businesses.

#DowntownPlymouth's Boule will have your Paczki's tomorrow! Make sure to get there early.

Boule Artisan Bakery

Tomorrow is Paczki Day! We will be offering Custard, Chocolate Creme, Strawberry, Lemon, and Raspberry Jam. All flavors are limited, so be sure to stop in early to pick yours up!

The City of Plymouth Downtown Development Authority is accepting sealed bids for the Central Parking Deck Restoration Project. The DDA will be conducting a mandatory pre-bid meeting on Tuesday, February 13 beginning 10 a.m. at Plymouth City Hall, located at 201 S. Main St. All bids must be submitted to the Plymouth City Clerk’s Office, located in Plymouth City Hall at 201 S. Main St., by 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 1. Bids will be opened on March 1, immediately following the deadline, in the City Commission chambers at Plymouth City Hall.

Information and the bid packet can be accessed by clicking the following link:
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City of Plymouth

City Municipal Services plow crews are continuing their efforts to keep ahead of the storm. A Snow Emergency remains in effect at this time and parking is NOT ...allowed on the residential side streets.

City Crews are in the process of plowing all residential side streets at this time and this will continue for an extended period as snow continues to fall. Crews are also working in tandem to keep the City's Major Streets open to traffic.

All Major Streets in the Commercial Areas of the City are clear and open to traffic. On street parking and municipal lots are accessible as well.

Please remember to give snow removal equipment a lot of room to work in these snow conditions. Plows and other heavy equipment may stop suddenly or turn, so they need plenty of room to operate. Remember "Don't Crowd the Plow."

Persons with questions regarding this report should contact us at

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Roses are red, Violets are blue…surprise your Valentine with dinner in a toasty warm igloo.

Roses are red, Violets are blue…chocolate is a great way to celebrate, too.

Roses are red, Violets are blue…it’s not too early to think about your spring-time garden; not today’s snow…boo hoo.


All this and more in this week’s edition of the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority’s Weekly Update.

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Plymouth District Library

The Library is closed today due to inclement weather.

The book drop will be open for returns and don't forget that digital downloads of e-books, movies, e-audiobooks, music, e-magazines and comics are available 24/7 via our Digital Download options.

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Pizza e Vino is at Pizza e Vino.

Today's the day 🍕🎉🙌🍻🔥🍕 door open at 11 and the paper is off the windows! John Corsi Barrio Cocina Y Tequileria