The City Planning Commission is in the process of drafting an ordinance to allow for certain farm animals (and honeybees) and wants feedback from Detroiters. The goal of these meetings is to educate as well as listen to community ideas, opinions, and concerns. Please share widely with your neighbors.
Members and leaders of block clubs and other community-based organizations in Detroit will enhance their skills in key organizational areas through interactive activities, informative presentations, guest speakers, peer networking, learning, and much more.
The Land Forum is a workshop series designed to help Detroit residents through the process of buying vacant property in Detroit. Attendees are guided step-by-step through the process of acquiring and reusing vacant land and complete action steps in between workshops.
Michigan Community Resources invites Detroit community-based organizations like block clubs and neighborhood associations to apply for its 2016 Capacity Building Program.
For this year’s annual event, Michigan Community Resources will co-host the Detroit Community Development Awards with Detroit LISC and Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD).