Detroit Adds Residents 60 Or Older With Health Conditions To Eligibility List For COVID-19 VaccinesDetroit residents who are 60 or older with chronic health conditions are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations at the TCF Center.
Mayor Mike Duggan To Take Part In Oval Office Meeting With BidenThe Biden administration’s American Rescue Plan will be discussed at the bi-partisan meeting Friday of governors and mayors, the White House said.
Detroit Opens Senior Saturday COVID-19 Vaccination Sites This WeekendDetroit is redoubling its efforts to expand access to COVID-19 vaccines by providing low-cost transportation to the TCF Center and holding weekly Senior Saturday vaccination fairs at two churches beginning Feb. 13.
Mayor Duggan Expands Vaccination Eligibility To Food Service Workers, Security Guards And JanitorsAny food service employee, security guard or janitor living or working in the city, regardless of age, can now call to schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the TCF Center.
Detroit Makes Plans To Clean 2,000 Alleys In 2021The city of Detroit has extended its alley cleanup program to clear brush and debris from at least 2,000 locations in 2021.
Mayor Duggan: 600-700 Calls Per Hour For VaccinationsOperators scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for elderly Detroit residents were receiving 600 to 700 calls per hour Tuesday for appointments as people seek more vaccines than currently are available.
Detroit Mayor Names Trisha Stein As New Chief Of StaffTrisha Stein, a longtime public policy administrator, has been named Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's new chief of staff.
Obama Building Brings Affordable Housing, Retail To Detroit's Old Redford NeighborhoodThe $3.6 million renovation of the building at Grand River Avenue and Lahser Road will bring four affordable, loft apartments and 8,800 square feet of retail space to the corner and serve as a new gateway for the neighborhood’s main commercial corridor.
Mayor Mike Duggan, Chief Public Health Officer Outline Safe Plans For HalloweenMayor Mike Duggan and Detroit’s Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair outlined safe plans for Halloween this year.
Detroit Mayor Says ‘Yes’ To Proposal N, Community Advocates Say ‘No’Proposal N is about Detroit neighborhoods and cleaning up the eyesore driving property values down in the city. But some community advocates are calling on Detroiters to vote no on the $250 million bond proposal while telling city officials to go back to the drawing board on a new demolition plan.
Mayor Duggan Announces Detroit Week-Long Juneteenth CelebrationsMayor Duggan announced at a press conference Monday there will be a week-long virtual Juneteenth celebrations in Detroit.
Small Business Grants: Macomb County To Distribute $20M To 4,000 BusinessesMacomb County plans to distribute $20 million to small businesses.
Detroit is Making Headway with COVID-19Yesterday in a press conference Mayor Duggan gave his update on the state of Detroit with Coronavirus.
Mayor Duggan Encourages Detroiters to Take Advantage of Tax AssistanceDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan encouraged Detroiters who qualify for property tax assistance to take advantage of the Pay As You Stay, or PAYS program.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Detroit Police Chief Tests Positive, Will Remain In QuarantineDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan says Chief Craig will remain in quarantine adding the chief is healthy and fit.