The Census matters more than ever:

Our community funding is based on Census count.


Detroit ACE (Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship) has partnered with the Detroit Public Library on a new program to promote reading this summer, the 313 Summer Reading Challenge.

Many of our passengers who ride DDOT are deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to understand better how these unprecedented challenges are impacting your day-to-day travel experience. 

Since March 18, the City of Detroit has distributed more than 600,000 meals to Detroiters at Detroit Recreation Centers. In March, when schools closed the Recreation Department shifted from programming to food distribution.

  • $8.6M project converting 10 medians into bioretention gardens to keep 37 million gallons of stormwater annually out of combined sewer system
  • Famed artist, Hubert Massey, selected to design Woodward art mural with support from local student artists from Detroit Heals Detroit and the Detroit Public Schools Community District
  • “POWER TO THE PEOPLE” will be painted along a block-long span of Woodward
  • Mayor to give special evening broadcast presentation at 7 PM on Thursday
  • Will be aired on city cable channels, streamed on city website and Facebook
  • Residents can submit questions by online form or text


More than 70 people joined the Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship for the first in a series of Arts Talks on moving forward from the global COVID-19 Pandemic.

The Neighborhood Services team of the Housing and Revitalization Department will conduct a live Zoom Best Practices Webinar for the CDBG/Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Public Service Application.