Sally Hodges, AICPPlanning Consultant
Sally provides leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of Michigan tax increment financing techniques using the Recodified TIF statute for DDAs, LDFAs, and TIFAs. She also manages economic development planning and opportunities for Michigan communities. Sally prepares comprehensive land use plans and provides day-to-day planning and zoning advisory services and development reviews for communities ranging from mature cities to urbanizing suburbs to rural townships. Sally completes capital improvement programs and fiscal impact assessments, prepares parks and recreation plans and grant applications, and develops zoning ordinances and amendments.
Sally holds a Bachelor of Arts in geography from the University of Delaware and a Master of Science in Urban Planning from the University of Arizona.
“It is particularly satisfying assisting communities to effectively solve the large and small problems they are confronted with on a daily basis, and together making better, more livable, attractive and desirable communities. Working with the public, planning commissions, and other boards, elected officials and community professionals is a very enjoyable part of being a planner; over the years, many of those people have become good friends.”