The Census matters more than ever:

Our community funding is based on Census count.


  • ACE launches new series of creative industry discussions on how to ensure the success of Detroit’s arts community during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Conversations will cover various art formats and join rotating partners to lead discussions on topics.

The City of Detroit announced today that it has received $1.02 million in new investment and an additional three-year commitment through Reimagining the Civic Commons.

Local artist Natalie Wadlington has sold her oil-on-canvas piece titled Stubbs the Dog by participating in the Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • Federal funding for school lunches, police officers & more depend on complete count
  • City’s response rate is less than half, lowest among large cities nationally
  • Mayor says an incomplete count will cost city millions, hurt its

On Friday, May 29, until Monday, June 8, from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., the #4 - Woodward bus will reroute:

Northbound: Left on Warren, to the right on Cass, to the right on Grand Blvd., to the left on Woodward to regular.  

Detroit Parks & Recreation officials want to remind residents to continue following social distancing guidelines while using parks this holiday weekend.

The Black Theatre Network, the nation’s premiere organization of actors, playwrights, designers, technicians, academics and students who study the drama of the African Diaspora, announced they would donate $5000 to support Detroit artists.

  • No Meals Distributed by Recreation on Holiday
  • DPW Collection Delayed By One Day

Most City of Detroit offices will be closed on Monday, May 25 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

  • Work to take place along major roads and in neighborhoods across the city
  • Covid-19 Safe Workplace Protocols in place for all onsite workers
  • City and contracted projects required to include employ 51% Detroiters