The Campau/Davison/Banglatown Neighborhood Framework Plan is the product of a year-long community-based planning process to direct future neighborhood investment, guided by a citywide vision of “A healthy and beautiful Detroit built on inclusionary growth, economic opportunity, and an atmosphere of trust.”
The planning area has many strengths, including a rich history, a diverse population, resourceful residents, active community groups, unique businesses, a vibrant arts scene, well-loved civic institutions, and an undeniable energy. The recommendations found in this plan aim to build on these strengths, reinforcing the positive things that are already happening while addressing the needs, desires, and visions of community members.
The plan includes both near-term priority projects and long-term recommendations for improving streetscapes and connectivity, strengthening open space and community nodes, and stabilizing and revitalizing residential neighborhoods and commercial corridors.
The framework plan is the result of many contributing voices from the communities of Campau/Davison/Banglatown and the City of Detroit. The planning team is thankful for the dedication, openness, and creativity of the many stakeholders who participated in the making of this plan.
Design Days at Dequindre Information Session
Meade Cut-Thru Community Day