Based on feedback received at the November 2019 Neighborhood Meeting and project grading, we produced a revised March 2020 Neighborhood Framework Presentation. Please view in the scrollable window below or download a PDF (27 mb).
Download the Cody Rouge & Warrendale Potential Projects Guide today!
All west side residents of Warrendale, Warren Avenue Community, Joy Community, Franklin Park, and Gardenview are invited to learn about potential public projects for their neighborhoods and advocate for their priorities for street safety, redeveloping vacant houses, shopping on West Warren Avenue and Joy Road, improving parks, and more.
Since January 2019, young people, neighborhood organizations, and residents have worked with the Detroit Planning & Development Department to develop near-term public projects and a long-term Neighborhood Framework for these neighborhoods to be safer, friendlier, and more nourishing for all young people. You can see videos from the 4/30/19 Public Kick-Off and read the Public Discussion notes from ten meetings in May and June organized by neighborhood groups and Detroit Planning & Development Department.
In May and June, Cody Rouge & Warrendale neighborhood organizations and the Detroit Planning & Development Department organized ten Public Discussions where residents were invited to learn about the Neighborhood Framework and share their agendas and priorities for the area.
You can now download the official notes from these conversations “to learn what is important in the community for the community.”
How do young people in Cody Rouge & Warrendale see their neighborhood? How do they spend their time? Here’s a sample of drawn & written responses from public school students who participated in the School Rep Workshops and School Rep Convening between December 2018 and March 2019. You can also download a PDF (24 mb).