Will Mayor Duggan’s Detroit Promise Program Sway Families To Buy Homes In The City?A new incentive for Detroit residents will offer free college scholarships for those eligible. Will this entice families to purchase a home in the city?
Detroit Proposes Plan To Raise Minimum Wage To $15 For City WorkersThe minimum wage could increase to $15 per hour for about 270 Detroit municipal employees under a plan expected to be presented in the coming weeks to the City Council.
Applications Open For Program That Provides Summer Jobs To Detroit Residents Ages 14-24Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced that the application period has opened for the city's "Grow Detroit’s Young Talent" program, which aims to provide 8,000 Detroit residents ages 14 to 24, with summer jobs.
Detroit Mayor Duggan Announces $10M Commitment To Affordable HousingDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced a $10 million commitment to preserve and create affordable housing in Detroit.
Detroit To Begin National Search For New Fire CommissionerDetroit is set to conduct a national search for a new executive fire commissioner with the pending departure of current commissioner Eric Jones.
Detroit Expands COVID-19 Testing Locations To 1K Appointments Per DayThe city of Detroit is expanding to 1,000 appointments per day with the addition of a second testing location.
Duggan, SBA Official Update Detroiters On Funding Available From June FloodsIsabella Casillas-Guzman with the US Small Business Administration met with Mayor Duggan at the FEMA disaster center in Detroit in response to the massive June Flooding. They updated residents and businesses on funding available
Duggan Says Detroit Was Undercounted In US Census, Plans To Take Legal ActionMayor Duggan is considering legal action over Detroit's 2020 Census results.
US Census Shows Detroit's Population Declined While Michigan's Population IncreasedThe U.S. Census Bureau released more information from the 2020 census, showing Detroit is continuing its population decline.
Mayor Duggan, FEMA Show Citizens How To Apply For Flood ReliefMayor Mike Duggan joined FEMA on Wednesday, Aug. 4., to show individuals affected by the storm on June 25 and 26, the step-by-step process of how to apply for flood relief.
City Of Detroit Announces First-Ever Strategic Plan To Improve Help To Residents With DisabilitiesIt's been 31 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law, and Detroit is commemorating the date with new plans to help those with disabilities.
Mayor Duggan, City Partners Dedicate Newly Expanded Neighborhood Park After Late Community Leader Antonio McDuffyMayor Mike Duggan helped unveil Detroit’s new Antonio McDuffy Park on Wednesday, July 21.