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2023

The City of Detroit is proud to announce a partnership with cultural and historic spaces to present an unprecedented commemoration of Black History Month 2023. 

2023

Due to extremely cold temperatures forecast for this week, the City of Detroit will open two 24-hour warming centers from Wednesday morning, Feb. 1, through Sunday morning, Feb.

2023
  • Round 21 recipients include 17 new businesses and 15 existing businesses
  • Winners include new businesses ranging from a community-owned grocery store to a construction trades training center, fabric and upholstery stores and wine & book bar
2023
  • City using $100M in ARPA funds to help Detroiters prepare for good paying jobs, start new careers
  • Get paid as you learn to read, earn your diploma or receive career training
  • Enrollment for $40M Jump Start Progr
2023
  • Jump Start program officially launches Tuesday, January 31
  • Mayor announces 18 Community organizations selected to provide training, mentorship & more as part of Jump Start training program
  • President Biden’s top advisor over $1.9
2023

City of Detroit Department of Public Works (DPW) crews are moving through the City at a steady pace plowing and salting 673 miles of major thoroughfares as contractors plow 1,884 miles of neighborhood residential streets starting at midnight tonight.

2023

Mayor Mike Duggan and a coalition of community partners announced this year’s push to encourage all Detroiters to access every dollar of federal tax credits by scheduling an appointment for no-cost expert tax preparation.

2023

The City of Detroit has begun demolition of a second major portion of the Packard Plant, the city’s largest and most notorious remaining abandoned auto factory. Emergency demolition began on the first portion the plant at 6199 Concord in late September 2022.

2023

Mayor Mike Duggan joined nonprofit developers Develop Detroit and Vanguard Community Development Corporation today to officially open the $18.2 million Marwood + Marston project in the city’s North End, adding and preserving 71 housing units, all of which are reserved as affordable housing, inclu