The City of Detroit has engaged a consultant team to create a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization and landscape stewardship planning strategy for Detroit’s Rosa Parks/Clairmount corridor. The scope of work will incorporate six, neighborhood, and landscape planning categories: Neighborhood identification, streetscape & connectivity, open space, housing, development and the integration with the Herman Kiefer development.
In partnership with neighborhood residents and community organizations, the city has identified several focus areas within the project boundary for potential opportunities. Each area within the planning scope boundary has its own unique set of challenges and opportunities.
The planning strategy will highlight and target the following:
- innovative and sustainable uses for vacant lots and structures
- renovation and future development of homes and businesses
- streetscape improvements such as lighting and signage
- neighborhood identity and branding based on cultural and historic assets
- safe passage for bicycle and pedestrian mobility
- bridging and connectivity over the Lodge Freeway
The Planning and Development Department has a city office hours available at the Walker Williams Studio (2nd Floor) by appointment on Fridays from 3-5pm. If you'd like to meet with planning staff concerning the Rosa Parks Clairmount Neighborhood Framework & Landscape Stewardship Plan, please send an email to Daniel Rieden at email@example.com with the subject line: RPC Appointment
Thank you Rosa Parks Clairmount Community for your attendance and participation over the past several months. Our team updating planning design efforts and will be back in September to have an open house presentation and discussion about the project. Please check back soon for updates on the time and location. Thank you!
Check back here for more details about location, time, and agendas. We look forward to seeing you at these meetings. Please share with your neighbors!
March 9, 2017
- Presentation Live
- Polling Results
- Discussion topic: “How things are now”
April 5, 2017
- Neighborhood Advisory Council
- Herman Kiefer Development
May 11, 2017
- Presentation (see Resources below)
- Community Polling Results
- Discussion topic: “Where do we start?”