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.”
Help your neighborhood get real projects to improve streets, parks, places to live & businesses by joining a Public Discussion in May & June hosted by neighborhood organizations with Detroit Planning & Development Department.
All residents, workers, property owners, and business owners are invited to attend two-hour interactive Public Discussions hosted by neighborhood organizations including Joy Community Association, Joy-Southfield CDC, ACCESS, Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance & Franklin Park Community Association, Warren Avenue Community Organization, and Warrendale Community Organization.
The agenda includes interactive activities for humans of all ages, introduction to the city government’s Neighborhood Framework process & discussion of concrete projects you’d like the city and neighborhood organizations to undertake for improving the area’s physical environment for young people & all residents. Most meetings are meant for all residents, with two specialized meetings for business and property owners.
The Cody Rouge & Warrendale Neighborhood Sourcebook collects historic documentation and information from the US Census and other sources on who and what can be found in the neighborhoods of Franklin Park, Joy Community, Warrendale, and Warren Avenue Community. You can also download a PDF (70 mb).