Joint Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup and Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup meeting set for May 3 in St. Ignace

April 28, 2017

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced that the Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup and the Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup will hold a joint meeting Wednesday, May 3, at the Quality Inn and Conference Center, 561 Boulevard Drive in St. Ignace. The public meeting will begin at 10 a.m.

The purpose of the Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup is to assist the Michigan Trails Advisory Council and to provide the DNR advice related to the off-road vehicle program, including the creation, development, operation and maintenance of the designated ORV trail system. Additional information and a complete meeting agenda can be found on the Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup website at www.michigan.gov/dnr, under Commissions, Boards and Committees and Michigan Trails Advisory Council.

The Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup assists the Michigan Trails Advisory Council in performing its duties and responsibilities and provides the DNR advice related to the snowmobile program, including the creation, development, operation and maintenance of the designated snowmobile trail system. Additional information and a complete meeting agenda can be found on the Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup website at www.michigan.gov/dnr, under Commissions, Boards and Committees and Michigan Trails Advisory Council.

Anyone seeking more information about this meeting, wishing to provide public comment on any ORV or snowmobile trail-related issue, or needing accommodations to participate in this meeting should contact Barbara Graves, Parks and Recreation Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, at 517-284-6112 (TTY/TDD711 Michigan Relay Center for the hearing impaired), or visit the Off-Road Vehicle Advisory Workgroup or Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup website.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/dnr.