Departments

The Airport Department is responsible for accelerating the growth of Detroit as a commercial and industrial transportation center. The Department's main holding is the Coleman A. Young Airport, which covers over 300 acres of land and handles more than 75,000 aircraft operations.

Information about BSEED, including regulations, inspections and permits.

The Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity (“Civil Rights or CRIO”) department is responsible for ensuring access and removing barriers through innovative and high quality customer-driven programs that foster access, economic opportunity and empowerment for residents, employees and businesses in

Known as Detroit's "Blight Court," the Department of Appeals and Hearings (DAH) conducts 25,000 hearings annually on "quality of life" violations aimed at ensuring that property in Detroit is maintained free of blight.

Whether it's making sure city workers have the latest technology to do their jobs or that you can report that pothole through the Improve Detroit app on your smartphone, the Innovation and Technology (IT) Department provides tech support and comes up with fresh and creative outlets for residents

The Department of Neighborhoods (DON) provides a direct link between the City of Detroit and block clubs, community groups, business owners, faith and school leaders, and everyday residents. The 14-member team includes a district manager and deputy district manager in each City Council district.

The role of the Department of Public Works is to provide environmental and infrastructure services designed to ensure the cleanliness and safe and efficient mobility of the residents, visitors, and customers of the city; to provide for the oversight and management of solid waste collection activi

The Detroit Building Authority (DBA) is responsible for managing large scale capital construction projects and space planning of city-owned facilities, demolition of commercial and residential properties, and a portfolio of commercial real estate properties.

DDOT is Detroit’s Transit! As the largest public transit agency in Michigan, DDOT primarily serves the city of Detroit, but offers limited service to neighboring cities including Dearborn, Hamtramck, Highland Park, Harper Woods, Livonia, Redford Township, River Rouge and Southfield.

Information about DFD, including fire safety, emergency procedures, contact info, regulations and permits.

The Detroit Health Department’s mission is to work in partnership with Detroiters to protect and promote their health, well-being, safety and resilience. We work hard to respond to every public health need with exceptional leadership, policies, programs, and services.

The General Services Department helps to make the City of Detroit a clean, safe and vibrant place.

Detroit Homeland Security & Emergency Management (DHSEM) coordinates with local, regional, state, federal, and private-sector agencies to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to and recover from natural and human-made emergencies and disasters.

The Housing and Revitalization Department (HRD) enhances the quality of life for the citizens of Detroit by ensuring access to safe, decent and affordable housing.

City of Detroit human resources policies and information, as well as available career opportunities within the city of Detroit

Overview of the city of Detroit law department.

The Media Services Department is responsible for telling Detroit’s stories. The department uses the latest multimedia technology to produce informative and engaging content for Detroiters through television, social media, web and print.

The Municipal Parking Department is responsible for the enforcement of the City of Detroit Parking Ordinances and provides safe and economical on and off-street parking.

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer seeks to be a service-oriented organization to City of Detroit citizens, Elected Officials, and departments. We aim to provide seamless services to citizens in a simple, clear, professional, and honest manner.

Information about the Detroit Parks & Recreation Department, including details about specific parks and recreation centers.

Information about pensions for city employees

Information from Detroit's Planning and Development Department, including design initiatives and economic development projects.

The Detroit Police Department and its 2,200 officers are responsible for policing Detroit’s 139 square miles.

Find ways to pay water bills as well as information on Detroit water and sewerage.

Youth Services Department is responsible for creating opportunities for youth development for young people living in the city of Detroit.