refresh. rethink. Detroit.
A Zoning Update for the City’s Resurgence
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18 and Under? Get Involved, ZoneDetroit Needs Your Help The Detroit City Planning Commission is looking for strong youth engagement in the ZoneDetroit process. Do you know anybody 18 or younger interested in neighborhood planning or capacity building who might like to be a project ambassador?
ZoneDetroit will have a strong community engagement process that will involve a broad set of strategies to allow the greatest number of people to engage and interact with the process.The community engagement process for ZoneDetroit will be inclusive. A variety of engagement techniques will be used—including inventive, forward-looking techniques and traditional, time-tested ones—to solicit a wide range of feedback and to encourage active particaption.
What does it mean to be a ZoneDetroit Project Ambassador? Public engagement has a central role to play in helping the City reach its goals. Your support would help us to raise our profile locally, increase public debate and build local support for the many zoning issues affecting Detroit today.
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A variety of public events will be held at various times throughout the project. Go check one out, go ask questions, go see what is being presented, go meet your neighbors, meet CPC staff involved, and most of all, provide your perspective.
The City Planning Commission is pleased to announce the start of an important project called ZoneDetroit. The project is led by an experienced team of planners from the City Planning Commission staff, supported by an expert team of consultants. ZoneDetroit will modernize the existing Zoning Ordinance, providing an opportunity to refresh and rethink the existing regulations. ZoneDetroit will engage the community as part of the process to ensure local values and preferences are reflected in the finished product.