The role of Environmental Affairs is to conserve and protect natural resources of the city of Detroit in the interest of the health, safety and welfare of the people, to promote improved social and economic conditions in the city and protect limited environmental resources for the future benefit of city residents.

Community Notice:
The City of Detroit of Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department (BSEED) is submitting a proposal for a Fiscal Year 2014 Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training Grant to train unemployed and under-employed, predominantly low-income and minority, residents within the City of Detroit impacted by a variety of waste facilities, blighted properties, contaminated sites and other environmental issues, for environmental jobs that contractors may otherwise fill from outside the community. 

Copies of the draft Grant Proposal is available during regular business hours for review and comment at:
City of Detroit
Building, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department
Attention: Mr. Raymond Scott
2 Woodward Avenue, Suite 401
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Comments on the Grant Proposal can be mailed or emailed to one of the above addresses by February 12, 2014.


2 Woodward Avenue, Suite 401
Detroit, MI 48226

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
            Monday - Friday

General Manager: Raymond Scott
Phone: 313-471-5108
Redevelopment of Urban Sites - Thursday, October 10, 2013
The City of Detroit Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department via its Environmental Affairs held their quarterly Redevelopment of Urban Sites (REUS) meeting