Learn about benefitting your Detroit Business. From 3pm-5pm, hosted by Council President Brenda Jones and Council Member At-Large Janee Ayers. Resources include Homegrown Detroit and Business Certification.


Call 1-312-626-6799

Meeting ID: 93936022071

  • Response to Good Neighbor expansion has been strong since announcement
  • Appointments can be scheduled by calling 313-230-0505
  • Detroiters 60+ now eligible without also having chronic health conditions

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  • Detroiters 60 and older do not have to have underlying health conditions
  • Good Neighbors can be Detroit or suburban residents
  • Appointments for TCF Center and Senior Saturdays available by calling 313-230-0505

Homegrown Detroit Office Hours will be held on February 24th from 4:00pm-5:00pm.


Please call 313-316-0323.

  • Good Neighbors do not have to be citizens of Detroit
  • Appointments must be scheduled at the same time by calling 313-230-0505
  • Eligible Detroiters age 60+ also can schedule appointments at one of 4 Senior Saturday locations

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  • Fare collection and front-door boarding will resume March 15 for both DDOT and SMART
  • Riders are required to wear a mask per federal mandates and maintain social distancing while on the coach
  • DDOT operator vaccination program began
  • City adds two new Senior Saturday locations - Grace Community Church on the east side and Kemeny Recreation Center on the west side - doubling vaccine outreach to 2,000 Detroit senior citizens over the next four Saturdays
  • New locations are in addition to on

The Detroit Historical Society has produced and published its first podcast, Untold Detroit: Beer. The six-episode season is available on all major podcast platforms, including Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts.

The City Tableau Environment will be down on SATURDAY, February 20th, 2021 @7:00 pm to 12:00 am. This will impact the ability to view multiple dashboards on the website.

  • UD Mercy Collaborative Design Center awarded NEA grant to celebrate the legacy of African American Arts and Culture in the Livernois-McNichols area

Detroit Mercy has received a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a series of events t