District Inspectors

District Inspectors are assigned to work closely with district officials to ensure community driven blight concerns are addressed.

Getting to the Finish Line

Identify your District

Once you identify your district, you can know who to contact from the table below.

Dumping and Curbside Waste Issues

Select the issue you are having & select the location on the map. 
You have the option to provide a photo and additional details about the problem.

Find or Pay a Blight Ticket
 
Blight Focus on the Commercial Corridors:

District Inspectors are located in the Commercial Corridor office of the Property Maintenance Division, their primary role is to act as a voice and point of contact for blight enforcement in their respective district.

District Inspectors respond heavily to blighted structures. Requests include, but are not limited to:

  • Tall weeds/high grass
  • Razor wire (Only allowed in industrial zones)
  • Graffiti 
  • Obsolete/Damaged Signs and Awnings 
  • Damaged fences 
  • Abandon Vehicles/Boats 
  • Debris/trash or dumping
  • Vacant and open buildings 

Concerns isolated to overgrowth, curbside waste, illegal dumping, and rodents can be reported via Improve Detroit.

 

 

 

Buildings, Safety, Engineering, and Environmental Department 

Property Maintenance Division    

BSEED Inspector 

District 

Property Maintenance Office 

Email 

William Veasy 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected] 

Chris Cardinale 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected] 

Mike Awada 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected]  

Saad Halim 

Commercial Annuals 

[email protected] 

Monica Sparks 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected] 

Melissa Owsiany 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected]  

Kevin Brinkley 

Commercial Corridor 

[email protected]