The Census matters more than ever:

Our community funding is based on Census count.


The City of Detroit sent a letter to taxpayers notifying them that solid waste fee discounts were not properly applied on the summer property tax bills. This issue has been resolved, and all account balances have been updated.

City awarded $750,000 grant to support undocumented residents impacted by COVID-19

Detroit City Council Member Raquel Castañeda-López, Immigration Task Force members and Mayor Mike Duggan announced the award of a $750,000 grant to support undocumented residents impacted by COVID-19 at a

It is hard to understand how this lawsuit has any relevance today. Since Mayor Mike Duggan and Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the $25 restoration program four months ago on March 9th, water shutoffs have come to a halt.

  • Program meets goal in spite of COVID-19
  • 80% of experiences are completely online to maintain social distancing


The Detroit Census Neighborhood Competition just got better. If you are part of a Detroit neighborhood group, then your group can now win a $1000 gift card helping residents complete the 2020 Census. You will have until July 9 to register your group for the Census contest.

  • Five recreation centers to provide air-conditioned comfort, protection from extreme temperatures
  • Cooling centers to operate today through Thursday, Noon to 8:00 p.m.
  • Residents required to wear a mask or face covering and observe p

A limited number of city departments at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center will resume in-person services on July 6. In order to better serve you and protect the health and safety of our visitors and employees, a few things are changing. Here’s what’s different:

The Detroit Jazz Festival Foundation will partner with the City of Detroit’s Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship (Detroit ACE) in seeking submissions to choose an outstanding DETROIT artist to create the 2020 poster for the 41st annual Detroit Jazz Festival.

  • Residents can conduct City business online

The City of Detroit will observe Independence Day on Friday, July 3, with many City operations suspended for the day. Normal Police, Fire and Water and Sewerage services will be provided.

The City of Detroit announced today the launch of local consumer financial protection planning efforts in partnership with the national nonprofit organization the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (CFE Fund) and the Annie E. Casey Foundation.