News from the City Government

Reduced fare status of 50-cents per ride will last 4 years instead of 2 for eligible passengers before renewal Passengers with Permanent Mobility Disability Certification may renew without Medical Verification City also to honor SMART transit system’s Reduced Fare Cards on fixed DDOT routes
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March Open Data

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February 2017 marked the second anniversary of Mayor Duggan's signing of Executive Order 2015-2 to create the Government Open Data Access to All initiative. We have made a lot of progress, which I outlined in the newsletter in December but there is still plenty left to do. We are in the process of building a dataset publishing plan for 2017, in which every department will inventory, prioritize, and publish at least 3 datasets.
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City to market the building through RFP process, assist with affordable housing New approach may be used on other vacant Archdiocese properties in Detroit
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Training offered through WCCCD to provide classroom instruction and CDL-A licensing Potential employers include city of Detroit departments and private companies, such as Faygo Detroiters can register through www.DetroitAtWork.com or at DAW One-Stop-Service Centers
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Website details preventive measures in place, provides links to information & resources Cases of elevated blood lead levels in children in Detroit down 50% since 2009
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The City of Detroit will open four warming centers to assist residents experiencing power outages. Warming centers will open at 7PM at the following locations and will remain open 24-hours a day to provide relief from power outages and declining temperatures.
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In response to high winds, City of Detroit asks residents to only call 911 in Police, Fire or EMS emergencies Power outages should be reported to DTE EnergyThe City of Detroit is asking residents to only call 911 in the event of emergency situations. Due to severe wind conditions, power outages have occurred for many residents and businesses. Those experiencing power outages should report them to DTE Energy at 800-477-4747 and are asked to keep 911 open for emergencies requiring EMS, Police or ...
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Mayor Mike Duggan announced today the appointment of Dr. Joneigh S. Khaldun as Executive Director and Health Officer of the Detroit Health Department.
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Property owners have until Feb 28 to appeal Anyone who misses new deadline can proceed directly to March Board of Review
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New Detroit ID “Pop Up” Enrollment Site

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Have you heard the news? The new Detroit ID has made its way to District 1 for a limited time "Pop Up" enrollment site! The first 50 Detroiters to visit the pop up site will receive their Detroit ID for FREE!
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