The Downtown Development Authority will begin a $300,000 renovation of the Central Parking Deck beginning on Monday, April 2.

The project will be done in two phases: from April 2 through May 23; and from September 10 through early October. We planned the project for two phases to make it less inconvenient for a busy spring/summer season…for both visitors and those who work downtown.

During the reconstruction, most times about a third of the lower and upper deck parking sp...aces will be blocked. At times, there could be total closures of either or both levels. At times, the entrance and exit could be moved…just like the Fleet St. alley project…however there will be signage and barriers to guide you around closed areas.

As in past construction projects at the Central Parking Deck, the DDA has secured the Christian Science Church parking lot on Ann Arbor Trail…just west of Harvey St…for non-time limited parking. In other words, all day without the threat of receiving a parking ticket.

The DDA has also received permission from the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Center (PARC) for downtown business owners and employees to park your vehicles at their lot without the threat of being ticketed or towed.

In both cases, it’s only a short walk to Downtown Plymouth when parking spaces are out of commission in the Central Parking Deck during the project.

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Dairy King is feeling excited.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Only makes sense to make our first Flavor of the Week Guernsey’s Irish Mint. Smooth mint ice cream with dark chocolate mint cups and swirls of thick fudge. Just delivered by Guernsey - and it’s in mint condition.

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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
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!!
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.
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!
Shilpa Patel
· June 19, 2017
Just moved here!!! Wonderful park, restaurants, great to be able to walk to everything!
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
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.
Marianne VonBehren
· March 27, 2017
Miss living in Plymouth so much !!! Love downtown and all the shops and events
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!

This weekend at #DowntownPlymouth's Ironwood Grill...

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Ironwood Grill of Plymouth

Friday at Ironwood:
Live music: Cheyenne Goff Duo

23oz Labatt Light $3.75...
16 oz Smithwicks $4.00

March Maddness All Day
#10 Providence vs #7 Texas A&M 12:15 PM
#15 CS Fullerton vs #2 Purdue 12:40 PM
#13 Marshall vs #4 Wichita State 1:30 PM
#15 Georgia State vs #2 Cincinnati 2:00 PM
#15 Lipscomb vs #2 North Carolina 2:45 PM
#10 Butler vs #7 Arkansas 3:10 PM
#12 Murray State vs #5 West Virginia 4:00 PM
#10 Texas vs #7 Nevada 4:30 PM
#9 Kansas State vs #8 Creighton 6:50 PM
#14 Bucknell vs #3 Michigan State 7:10 PM
#16 Texas Southern vs #1 Xavier 7:20 PM
#13 Charleston vs #4 Auburn 7:27 PM
#16 UMBC vs #1 Virginia 9:20 PM
#11 Syracuse vs #6 TCU 9:40 PM
#9 Florida State vs #8 Missouri 9:50 PM
#12 New Mexico State vs #5 Clemson 9:57 PM

Wings vs. Anaheim at 10:00 PM

Don't forget to join us tomorrow for our St. Patrick's Day Celebrations!!!

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Although the popular nation-wide toy retailer is going out of business, #DowntownPlymouth's Genuine Toy Co. is going strong! If you're looking for that perfect gift for a kid or a kid-at-heart, this is the go-to place! #shoplocal…/indie-toy-stores-detroit…/427488002/

Here's a look at some of our favorite mom and pop toy stores around metro Detroit.

Celebrate Pi Day in #DowntownPlymouth!

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Westborn Market
Specialty Grocery Store
Westborn Market is celebrating Pi Day.

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3.14). Our scrumptious Westborn 8” π's will be on sale for $4.99 for this sweet day! Stop by and celebrate with us because who doesn’t love a little slice? 🥧

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City of Plymouth Recreation Department

Summer 2018 Co-Ed T-Ball League is now open and runs through April 6! This league is an introductory/recreational program ONLY and is not designed for advanced ...skill development. Players birth year must be in the 2012 or 2013 Calendar Years.

League Format and FAQ’s can be found at on page 3.

Registrations will be accepted at the Recreation Office during front counter hours, (Monday-Friday, 11:30am-4:00pm) or online 24/7.

To register online you must have an email address on file, a username, and a password; for first time users this can be set-up by the Recreation Department. To get set-up with a username and password please email us at, call us at (734)455-6620.

For more information on the City of Plymouth Summer 2018 Co-Ed T-Ball League call (734) 455-6620 ext 0

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Dearborn Jewelers of Plymouth

Why settle for one way to wear a pendant? Our jeweler designed this to be worn right side up, upside down, and even horizontally! You decide how to wear these Diamonds,Turquoise and Chrysocolla .

The Plymouth District Library is requesting proposals for Plymouth District Library Network and Wireless Network and Infrastructure.

Please visit the Plymouth District Library website for detailed information including bid specifications, contact information and proposal forms.

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The Plymouth District Library is requesting proposals for Network and Wireless Network and Infrastructure.
Visit our website for t...he RFP

Proposals must be submitted to the Plymouth District Library, Director Carol Souchock, 223 S. Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170, by March 22 at 11 am.

There will be an optional RFP walk through on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 @ 2:00 pm at the Library.

Any and all questions relating to the project must be directed to

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The local community group, Know Our Neighbor, will host a screening of the film, “ A Continuing Series of Small Indignities: A Personal Conversation about Race” on Thursday, March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth District Library. Michigan filmmaker, Michael Pfaendtner, produced, directed and edited the documentary. He has screened his documentaries and short films at festivals around the country where they have been audience favorites, receiving numerous awards along the way.... This film is his fourth film to be included in the Freep Film Festival.

Know Our Neighbor is a grass-roots organization of City Commission members and Plymouth area individuals who seek to help area residents become more familiar with the different customs and qualities of diverse cultures that reside within our communities. The group has held recent events with both the Muslim and Sikh communities.

Registration is requested for this free event – go to and click on Events or call 734-453-0750, ext 4.

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So maybe spring really is right around the corner in #DowntownPlymouth! Dairy King is set to open up for business tomorrow!

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Dairy King is feeling excited.

Thanks for waiting.
Dairy King opens back up for the season tomorrow!
While it’s a bit chilly outside, it’ll be a ❤️ warming experience when you get that first DK treat of the year.
Doors open Saturday, March 10th - 1 pm.

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City of Plymouth Recreation Department

Spring 2018 Learn to Play Hockey Instructional Program is now accepting registrations. The program runs April 14 through May 5 (4 skates) on Saturdays from Noon... - 12:50 at the Plymouth Cultural Center. Online registration* is available at…/plymouthwebtrac.w…/splash.html

*First time users must contact the Recreation Office to be set-up with a user ID and password. Office hours are Monday - Friday 11:30am - 4:00 pm. (734) 455-6620

For more information go to

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Tonight's DDA Board Regular Meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. has been cancelled due to a lack of quorum.

#DowntownPlymouth's B. Ella Bridal is having a spring sample sale, Sunday, March 25 from 12-5 p.m. Join us for snacks and amazing deals on bridal gown samples. RSVP today, (734) 459-0000.

The #DowntownPlymouth Friday Night “Music in the Air” concert series is set to resume on May 25 and run through Labor Day weekend.

Thank you to our sponsors…all of whom have signed up to sponsor again this year. Without your support there would not be a summer concert series in Downtown Plymouth that draws thousands to Kellogg Park…many of whom visit our business establishments.

If you are thinking you would like to be a part of this great concert series, and have the advant...age of your business being in front of thousands of people…as well as on all our marketing materials…please send an email to the Plymouth DDA at Individual concert sponsorships are $1,000…but for as little as $500 we can pair you with another half-sponsor.

Of course, there are opportunities to become a presenting sponsor, platinum, gold and silver to give you multiple opportunities to be in Kellogg Park on concert nights.

For sponsorship details please visit:

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