Block Club Program
Want a voice in neighborhood planning? Interested in starting a neighborhood garden, pocket park, or other community space? Want a space to problem solve around issues in the neighborhood? You should start or join a block club!
The City of Detroit Block Club program encompasses many different local community groups, like block clubs, neighborhood associations, tenant councils, etc. that are registered with and recognized by the City. These groups have direct access to their District Managers which provides resources, information, and a link to the Mayor.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Click here to see information on how to start your own block club. First, check the map below to see if there is already a group in your area that you can join!
BLOCK CLUB MAP
It is the City of Detroit's policy to not share the contact information of leaders of neighborhood block clubs and community organizations. To get connected to an existing group, contact your District Manager and they will pass along your information to the group’s leaders to reach out.
News about Block Clubs
With few resources, block clubs find ways to stabilize and rejuvenate communities across Detroit.
On Neighborhoods Day, Detroiters 'want to be part of something'