A Few of Detroit Future City’s Favorite Things in 2015

December 22, 2015

This has been a very big year for the Detroit Future City (DFC) Implementation Office.  We’ve advanced some of our most impactful and transformative work, begun our transition to non-profit status, and identified our new executive director.  We can’t wait to get into 2016 to continue our work, but before we do, we thought we’d take a moment – in the spirit of the season – to outline a few of our favorite things from 2015.

None of these would be possible without the dedication of our partners and funders.  In all we do, our goal is to serve the city’s transformation and help improve quality of life for Detroiters by providing strategic insight, building capacity, offering technical assistance, and spearheading innovation and impact.   We trust you will recognize these attributes in a few of our favorite things from 2015:

Releasing the DFC Field Guide to Working with Lots

The DFC Field Guide to Working with Lots was released this fall. It’s a user-friendly tool offering Detroiters step-by-step processes, ongoing support, and resources to transform vacant land into community assets.
Click here to visit the online Field Guide tool, or feel free to stop by our office for a copy of the workbook. Copies are also available for reference at all Detroit Public Library branches.



Detroit Strategic Framework
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