Conant Streetscape Project
Below is the link for voting on options presented at the February 4th Community Meeting.
What is going on?
The City of Detroit is currently in design of the Conant Streetscape Project which will run from Davison to Carpenter. The project will include new sidewalk, lighting, landscaping, traffic calming measures, street resurfacing and pavement markings and signage.
Below is a concept plot that shows the changes to the project that was communicated at our last two community meetings.
When will the Conant Streetscape Project happen?
The project is anticipated to start construction in the spring of 2020. The City is currently in the engineering and design phase of the project.
The City has held two community meetings so far on Wednesday, 10.2.2019 and Wednesday, 11.13.2019 at the Lasky Recreation Center. The next community meeting on the streetscape project is expected to happen in late winter.
You can sign up for project updates on the link below:
The project stems from the Campau/Banglatown neighborhood plan which the community identified Conant between Davison and Carpenter as the neighborhood's strongest retail corridor in which they were concerned about the conditions of sidewalks, the lack of designated crossings at major streets, and cars speeding.
Who can I contact about further information on the Project?
Contact Gustavo Serratos, Project Manager of Complete Streets, DPW at [email protected]
Md Abdul Muhit, District 3, District Business Liason, DEGC at [email protected]
Click here Campau/Banglatown neighborhood plan for information on the neighborhood framework plan.
Photos from the February 4th Community Meeting below!
Past Community Meetings!