1. Free Resources
If the Office of Sustainability were to invest in providing free resources to residents, what resources would you be most interested in?

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

The incinerator spews bad odors and emits pollution. Time to end incineration of our trash and set goals for waste reduction! Detroit can do this, we just need to set out minds to it.

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

The bus stop in front of the Coleman A Young Municipal Building could use an overhaul. It is a huge transfer point for both suburban & city buses yet there is no information, maps, time tables or amenities... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

I would really love it if Detroit would legalize the keeping of small livestock...chickens and goats specifically. We live an area where most houses are considerably spaced...there are already many urban... Read more

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I totally agree with Nicky's comment. We need an animal ordinance in Detroit that will allow for reasonable, sustainable keeping of farm animals. In my experience of keeping 5-6 chickens, before Detroit... Read more

The problem here is how City planning commission staff, city councilman Tate in D1, Stephanie Young in D1 department of neighborhoods, Brightmoor Alliance, Neighbors building Brightmoor, Detroit land bank,... Read more

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I agree transparency matters, and I was as surprised as you when I found out that we were the Brightmoor Farmway and was a bit taken aback especially since... Read more

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Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

Accessibility to healthy food. Community energy production (I.e solar)

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Mobility is a huge issue and one that is starting to get addressed with the founding of MoGo last year. Remember the proposal for a rapid transit network during the Presidential Election? It did not pass... Read more

A love how the trees meet in the middle of the street in mid summer. I love that many of the residents are long time 2nd generation families

Please don't forget about the need for healthy environment: water and air quality! See comments on US Ecology and the trash incinerator. Thank you for putting this map together for us! True community engagement.

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Where are things you like about your neighborhood — and why?

We have a community garden beside our house, and a youth market garden behind. Urban agriculture brings neighbors together in many ways. In the youth garden, neighborhood youth -- ages 5 to 18 -- learn... Read more

Where are things you like about your neighborhood — and why?

More people are coming to Eliza Howell Park for nature observation.

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

High traffic transit hub (2 DDOT/2 Smart) but lacks any benches, regularly emptied garbage cans (or garbage cans at all for the 8 mile stop), and rain/snow shelters for travelers. Trash strewn across the... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

There isn't a good commuter biking route to go east-west on either MLK, Forest, or Warren. All of these roads are heavily used by auto commuters and lack any type of bike lane, and the pedestrian bridges... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

7 Mile could use a "road diet". The walk along 7 mile to Palmer Park is too narrow, often littered with trash and glass. Pedestrians are barely visible. There also aren't many friendly ways to cross 7... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

Transit is really only useful for accessing downtown and groceries. Grand River is frightening from a pedestrian standpoint, and divides the neighborhood north and south. I have seen people with disabilities... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

What happened to the garbage cans?! Why aren't there at least 4-5 along this stretch? One at each bus stop? We could also use a proper crosswalk with Pedestrian Crossing signage to connect the part with... Read more

Where are things you would change about your everyday life — and why?

Get rid of the incinerator. I am tired of the smell, whether it be of trash or chemicals. I am tired of the noise created by the incinerator. I can't have my windows open on many days during the summer.... Read more

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