What We're Doing
0% Home Repair Loan program officially launched; info sessions Saturday, March 28
Tuesday, March 24 marked the start of the City’s new 0% Home Repair Loan program, which is a private/public partnership designed to help people who want to invest in their homes, but do not have access to traditional financing. For homeowners interested in the program, there are information sessions on Saturday, March 28, at Don Bosco Hall and Heilmann Recreation Center.
For contractors who want to be a part of the approved contractors list, the application period runs through April 24, 2015.
City offices closed April 3 in observance of Good Friday
Normal business hours will resume on Monday, April 6. To confirm the hours for the department you need to do business with, please visit http://www.detroitmi.gov/Government/Departments.
Frost law weight restrictions are in effect on all city streets
To limit damage to city roads, frost laws limiting the weight of loads that can be carried on city of Detroit roads are in effect until further notice.
What's Coming Up
City Planning Commission meets April 2
The City Planning Commission is holding one of many meetings open to the public next week. For a full calendar of events, please visit http://www.detroitmi.gov/Calendar-Events.
Detroit Land Bank open houses scheduled for Marygrove, Cornerstone Village
Interested in seeing what will be coming up for auction through the BuildingDetroit.org
website? This weekend, the Detroit Land Bank Authority is showcasing auction properties in the Marygrove neighborhood on Saturday, March 28, and the Cornerstone Village neighborhood on Sunday, March 29. To RSVP for either day, click: http://www.buildingdetroit.org/open-house-rsvp/