Detroit Legacy Cannabis Certification

Application opens on January 19th at 5pm. Apply Now.

News

  • Arthur Jemison joins HUD’s Office of Community Planning & Development.
  • Donald Rencher, director of City’s Housing & Revitalization Department (HRD), to become new group executive for Housing, Planning & Development.
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  • 189 out of 194 residential neighborhoods saw value increase compared to 2020  
  • Property owners can appeal assessments until February 22
  • Mayor lowers age eligibility for Detroit residents to 68, “Good Neighbor” drivers 65 years or older still eligible.
  • Members of Clergy interacting with congregants also eligible
  • Mayor also opens vaccine access to funeral home/mortu

The Office of Arts Culture and Entrepreneurship (Detroit ACE) will ask creators to submit programming and performances for a monthly showcase highlighting the breadth and depth of exceptional talent in our city in fine arts, music, spoken word, theatre, film, culinary arts, fashion and more.

Michigan Small Business Survival Grants - Open Now - Jan. 22

The application is now open and will close on Friday, January 22 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) EST. 

  • Officials have approved more than 10,500 so far; previous high was just over 9,000 in 2019
  • City received more than 11,500 applications following increased outreach effort aimed at reaching every eligible homeowner
  • Exemptions appro
  • You are invited to give input on the following proposal

 

Master Plan Amendment and Sale of The Brodhead Armory

  • You are invited to give input on the following proposal.

City Speed Hump Installation Contracts
Monday, January 25 and February 1 at 5 p.m.

  • Refuse, bulk & recycling collection one day later

Most City of Detroit offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday. Normal police, fire, water and sewerage, and bus services will be provided.

  • Nearly 1,400 properties slated for demolition in first round of bids; similar packages to be bid every three months
  • All 7 companies to win bids are Detroit-based, all have a 51% Detroit resident workforce hired for the contract work