11/13/19 Draft Neighborhood Framework Public Meeting

Franklin Park President Bobbi Johnson presents a potential project for Joy Road

At the 11/13 Neighborhood Framework Public Meeting, young people, community leaders, and Detroit city government staff presented a progress report and draft Neighborhood Framework to a packed room at the Boys & Girls Club on Tireman Avenue.

In the handout below, which you can download as a PDF file, you’ll find the current list of potential projects as well as “neighborhood tours” that show how these projects will connect to each other to create a healthier, more prosperous, and youth-friendly Cody Rouge & Warrendale.

Attendees used the Grading Sheet below to evaluate each potential project and show support. If you’d like to share your grades, you can complete the on-line grading sheet below or download as a PDF file and return to the project team by email, text, or post office:

Neighborhood Framework Investigator & Youth Council member Taylin Hodges reviews work so far
Detroit Planning & Development Department Project Manager Matt Williams
Presenters LaKendra Reynolds-Smith, Taylin Hodges, Mouley Yusef Labour, Khadijah Harris, Alexcia Stoner, Chanel Cole, Skylah Pounds, and Rayshaad Marshall all participated in previous spring and summer Neighborhood Framework activities

11/13/19 Neighborhood Framework Public Meeting

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What is the Cody Rouge & Warrendale Youth-centric Neighborhood Framework?

Over the last nine months, residents & groups have worked with the Planning & Development Department to propose potential projects for streets, houses, parks, businesses & more.

Now come see what their draft plan & let city government know what you think.

Cody Rouge & Warrendale Neighborhood Framework
Public Meeting
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
5:30 pm Doors open
6–8 pm Presentation & feedback session
Boys & Girls Club
16500 Tireman Ave
Detroit

Free & open to the public

Refreshments & child care provided

8/24/19 Neighborhood Framework Open House!

All residents of Franklin Park, Joy Community, Gardenview, Warrendale & Warren Avenue to see what is being planned for this part of west side Detroit on Saturday, August 24, 2–6 pm at the beautiful Brennan Pool building in Rouge Park!

Over the last six months, residents & groups have worked with the Detroit Planning & Development Department to propose potential projects for streets, houses, parks, businesses & more as part of the Warrendale & Cody Rouge Neighborhood Framework. Now come see what they have come up with & let city government know your priorities.

As Joy Community Association President Andy Webb said, “This is an opportunity to learn what is important in the community for the community.”

+ Free & open to humans of all ages!
+ Child care provided & refreshments served!
+ Learn about the Neighborhood Framework!
+ Meet young people, resident groups & professionals working with city government for a better neighborhood

Download PDF flyer