Detroit Green Spaces
The new services are expected to roll out sometime in 2020.
Release of a framework plan and groundbreaking are expected to take place in 2020.
Who could have seen this coming in 2010?
The zoo is currently on a "Green Journey" to improve the health and sustainability of its facilities.
The 3.2-acre portion of the RiverWalk will be open any day.
And why implementation will likely hinge on resident support.
A new ordinance calls for total elimination of greenhouse gas emissions from city sources by 2050.
This free event is a perfect summer activity for people of all ages.
The Sustainability Action Agenda has 43 action items, including expanding the city’s recycling program.
The project aims to bring climate resilience, education, and job training to a once blighted lot.
The garden sits on a 2.5-acre site and has a fall 2020 completion date
The 1.2-mile non-motorized trail will connect pedestrians and cyclists from the Riverwalk to Vernor
The Buffalo Soldiers Memorial Park hopes to raise $50,000 by July 17
Funding includes $550,000 for the creation of a park at the Fort Street Bridge
The city has also been an incubator for innovative, sustainable projects
Two community meetings are planned for Saturday, January 19 to learn more about the 31.5-mile Joe Louis Greenway.
The Ralph C. Wilson Foundation is gifting $50 million toward the new park, along with $50 million in trail development in southeast Michigan.
The Garden Detroit has grown into multiple lots and a hoop house on vacant lots in Jefferson-Chalmers.
The East Riverfront beach will be completed by the end of next summer.
The three-year deal keeps the three-day race on the island park. The set-up time is still lengthy in comparison to other races.
A nine-month engagement process between the city, community, and design firm Hector will lead to a child-centered development framework in the neighborhood.
The family-friendly event comes back to Corktown and Southwest Detroit this October. Meanwhile, the Rouge Park event is rescheduled for August 11.
The DNR cites financial benefit as one of the reasons to keep the Grand Prix race in the state park.
Kids games, food trucks, a fun run, and outdoor movies are all on tap this weekend in Detroit’s largest park.