News from the City Government

For the second year in a row, most Detroiters will see a reduction in the assessed values on their homes when they receive their annual Notice of Property Assessment, Mayor Mike Duggan announced today. 2015 Assessment notices are being mailed next week and will start arriving in mailboxes soon.
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S.A.Y. DETROIT, Lions Quarterback Matthew Stafford, and City of Detroit Partner to Reclaim Abandoned Rec Center, Create Unique New Facility and Programming
S.A.Y. Detroit, in partnership with the City of Detroit, and Score7 Charitable Fund (Matthew Stafford’s Charitable Foundation), today revealed plans for a unique new Academics and Sports Program, called the S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center (Sports, Academics, Youth) reclaiming an abandoned recreation center in Lipke Park, that was closed in 2014 due to city budget cuts.
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City of Detroit and the Detroit Land Bank Authority Propose New 50 Percent Housing Discount for City Employees, Retirees, and Their Families
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and representatives of the Detroit Land Bank Authority today announced a plan to give a 50% discount on houses bought through the Detroit Land Bank’s housing auction program at BuildingDetroit.org.    The plan was approved by the Detroit Land Bank Authority last week and is being submitted to the Detroit City Council today for approval.
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As of 4:30 p.m. we have two trains in operation and expect to have all four in service by this evening. DDOT will continue to run shuttle service until adequate People Mover service is restored.
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The City of Detroit and the Arboriculture Society of Michigan (ASM) have partnered for a Day of Service in Detroit to help remove dead ash trees from the area surrounding Heilmann Recreation Center, located at 19601 Crusade, on Friday, January 23. Crews will work in two shifts: from 7:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., and from noon - 4 p.m.
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Detroit residents in District 1 and neighboring communities may share their concerns and discuss any community-related issues at the City Council’s evening meeting on Tuesday, January 27. The meeting is from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at Wayne County Community College District, Northwest Campus, in the Denise Wellons Glover Welcome Center, located at 8200 West Outer Drive at the Southfield Freeway.
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Federally Funded Program to Spur Faster Commercialization of Lightweight Metal Technology Will be Known as LIFT
The American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII) opened its new 100,000 square-foot innovation acceleration center in Detroit today by exhibiting new technologies that use lightweight metals and announcing its new program name, LIFT — Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow.
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Mayor Duggan Announces New Program to Prepare Up to 900 DPS students for Employment Opportunities After Graduation
Mayor Mike Duggan announced today that USA Funds has made a $1.25 million commitment to improving graduation and employment opportunities for Detroit Public Schools (DPS) students through the Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates program. With this investment, up to 900 DPS students will receive instruction in job attainment and retention, leadership, and self-development paired with mentoring, academic support, and exposure to employers.
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Individuals attending the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at Cobo Center will find convenient, accessible parking and transportation in downtown Detroit.
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The North American International Auto Show’s annual Charity Preview is expected to bring thousands to Cobo Center on Friday, January 16, 2015. The Detroit Police Department is encouraging individuals traveling to downtown to leave for their destinations early and use alternate routes. Congestion and delays are expected on the southbound John C. Lodge Freeway beginning around 5 p.m.
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