The city’s Basement Backup Protection Program launched in May. So far, just four Detroit homes have been inspected and repaired.
Payouts for nearly 20,000 claims received by Detroit’s Water and Sewerage Department will be determined by findings from an investigation into the cause of the flooding.
Community benefits ordinance doesn’t authorize Detroit to issue fines or injunctions.
Forgotten Harvest has a new setup that will enable it to help thousands more Metro Detroiters. In Detroit, an estimated 39% of residents experience food insecurity.
Detroit shop offers all-natural products from local vendors, free from artificial chemicals and plastic packaging.
Walks in Detroit were held Saturday as part of Black Birders Week, a national campaign to bring attention to the risks and obstacles Black, Indigenous and people of color face while enjoying nature.
Kayaking, sailing, and rowing classes are a few options.
Vitti said the district is also negotiating a plan to end the next school year earlier to avoid weather concerns and provide a more consistent flow of learning.
Residents can support Detroit’s community farms by purchasing “shares” ahead of the growing season. In return, they receive portions of the harvest.
The federal legislation would help Detroiters overburdened by pollution.