A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), City of Detroit and Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) deal bringing a major new automotive facility to Detroit has been named ‘Economic Development Deal of the Year' for 2019 by Business Facilities Magazine.
Today’s unanimous passage of Rep. Wendell Byrd's Pay as You Stay legislation in the State Senate is a major step forward in helping Detroiters stay in their homes. I thank Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and Finance Committee Chair Jim Runestad for their support.
- Live release rate including adoptions, tickets issued and calls responded to have all exceeded initial goals a year sooner than expected
- Leaders still working to increase dog licensing and reduce bites
- Renderings of upcoming facil
- Artist Open Call Coming Valentine’s Day!
- Mural bordering new assembly plant to be 1,500 feet long
The City of Detroit’s General Services Department, Parks & Recreation Division is seeking public or private partners, including nonprofit, for-profit, governmental or quasi-governmental agencies and educational institutions with a vision to help revitalize and activate Historic Fort Wayne.
Falling behind on property taxes and facing foreclosure?
Tax foreclosure prevention counselors are available to help at district workshops from Feb. 18 – March 28.
The City of Detroit Parks & Recreation Division (DPRD) is planning the “Best Summer Ever” for children and youth at Detroit’s recreation centers.
Today, the City of Detroit in partnership with the University of Michigan released its first forecast for Detroit, which showed ongoing gains in household income, employment and labor force participation through 2024.
The health and safety of residents is the number one priority of the Detroit Health Department (DHD). DHD is continuing to work in coordination with the CDC, state and local entities to gather the most up-to-date information on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus to educate and protect the public.