We found these documents describing a Warrendale Community Center created in the 1930s in the Walter P. Reuther Library’s Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs. You can also download a PDF (18 mb).
Seeking Neighborhood Framework Investigators!
If you are between 15 and 24 years old, apply today for a part-time position (with stipend) working on the Cody Rouge & Warrendale Neighborhood Investigation!
From February to April 2019, young people from the west side neighborhoods of Cody Rouge and Warrendale will work with designers, artists, and urban planners to investigate who makes decisions about the area’s streets, houses, stores, parks, water, sewers and more. Then, we’ll make drawings, posters, poems, and other things to share what we learn.
Download PDF flyer
2/8 School Rep Convening!
Friday morning, February 8, students from eight area schools came together at St Suzanne Cody Rouge Community Resource with a team from the City of Detroit Planning & Development Department for a morning of neighborhood discussions, drawings, and debates about Cody Rouge and Warrendale. Participating schools: Ann Arbor Trail Magnet School, Briethaupt Career and Technical Center, Carver STEM Academy, Cody High School, Dixon Educational Learning Academy, Gardner Elementary School, Henderson Academy, and Mann Learning Community .
1/18 Dixon Educational Learning Academy School Rep Workshop
On January 18, Detroit Development and Planning Department staff Lindsey Barrett & Dave Walker led a School Rep Workshop with young people at Dixon Educational Learning Academy about the neighborhood around the school & how it is planned.
In many student drawings, streets and roads are given major visual and organizational prominence.
1/16 Carver STEM School Rep Workshop
On January 16, Detroit Development and Planning Department staff Lindsey Barrett & Dave Walker led a School Rep Workshop about the neighborhood around the school & how it is planned.
The group began by drawing maps to show what they knew about the area.