Grand Parklet Streetscape Project

The City is currently in the engineering and design phase for a parklet installation at Grand River and Puritan. 

With respect to the health and safety of the residents and staff of the City of Detroit, the Department of Public Works has decided to postpone the Grand Parklet Streetscape Community Meeting #2 which was scheduled to happen on Thursday,  March 17th at the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation to a later date.

 

If you would like any information on the project, please visit the project’s website at www.detroitmi.gov/streetscapes or reach me, Gustavo Serratos at 313-236-9522 as well as via email.

 

Best,

 

Gustavo Serratos
Project Manager ‐ Complete Streets
Department of Public Works, City of Detroit
Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, 611
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Cell: 313‐236‐9522

[email protected]

 

Grand Parklet Project Community Meeting #2 Flyer Postponed

 

 

What is going on? 

The City of Detroit is currently in design of the Grand Parklet Streetscape Project which will be at the corner of Purtian/Plainview/Grand River. The project will include new sidewalk, lighting, landscaping, new parklet space, decorative concrete work, and seating. 

Below is a project rendering  that shows the concept of the project.

 

Grand Parklet Project Rendering

 

When will the Grand Parklet 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 one community meeting to this point on December 3rd at the Grand Rosedale Development Corporation building.

 

The next community meeting on the streetscape project is scheduled for Tuesday, March 10th! 

 

You can sign up for project updates on the link below:

Sign up here for project updates!

Who can I contact about further information on the Project?

Contact Gustavo Serratos, Project Manager of Complete Streets, DPW at [email protected] 

Other Resources:

Grand River Streetscape Project Website