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211 can be dialed from any land line (not a cell phone). It's a vast resource tool to locate the health and human service for Michiganders. Click here to view their website.
Detroit Neighborhood City Halls
Coleman A. Young Municipal Center
2 Woodward Avenue - Suite 106, 48226
Office: (313) 224-2989
Fax: (313) 224-4334
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO
19180 Grand River, 48223
Office: (313) 935-5322
Fax: (313) 935-4433
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO 
7744 W. Vernor, 48209
Office: (313) 628-2180
Fax: (313) 842-0993
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO
18100 Meyers, 48221
Office: (313) 628-2190
Fax: (313) 628-0758
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO 
7737 Kercheval, 48214
Office: (313) 628-2170
Fax: (313) 579-7135
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO 
SERVICES PROVIDED AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD CITY HALLS 
  • Free Notary Services
  • Free Detroit Zoo passes to eligible Detroit residents
  • Free D-DOT Bus Schedules and D-DOT Community Information
  • Sell D-DOT Student Bus Passes for $2 (K-12 with proof of current enrollment)
  • Process bus cards for seniors (age 65 and older) and Medicare cardholders ($1 with valid Michigan driver's license, Michigan State ID and/or Medicare card)
  • Provide replacement bus cards for seniors, Medicare cardholders and disabled*
  • $5 for first card and $10 for second card
  • *Above cardholders can purchase an additional monthly pass for $17 with a current bus card and proper ID
  • Sell Dog Licenses $10 for neutered dogs and $15 for non-neutered dogs
  • Administer the Citizens Radio Patrol Program
  • Assist with organizing Block Clubs and Community Groups
  • Organize Volunteers for Annual Angels' Night Campaign
  • Organize Volunteers for Annual Motor City Makeover Campaign
  • Provide City of Detroit Employment Information and Applications 
  • Intake of City of Detroit department-related complaints
  • Assist with hardship applications at all locations except Central District
  • Assist with Senior Solid Waste Discount applications
  • Assist with Summer Tax Deferment Program (July 1 - Sept. 15)
  • Assist with Property Tax Assessment Applications (Feb. 1 - Sept. 15)
  • Provide assistance in obtaining non-City services upon request
  • Provide consumer information on utilities and other social services programs
  • Homestead Property Tax Credit and Home Heating Credit Assistance
  • Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at all locations except Central District
  • Beginning in February - September 30
  • Distribute Voter Registration Applications
COURTS
36th District Court (313) 965-2200
Probate Court (313) 224-5709
Recorders Court Info (313) 224-2501
Third Judicial Circuit Court (313) 224-8220
Office of Public Information
Detroit Police Department
1300 Beaubien, Room 203
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Office: (313) 596-2200
Fax: (313) 596-1450
Email: Pubinfo@detroitmi.gov
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District 4
U-SNAP-BAC is part of the city of Detroit's District 4 community. If you have any questions or concerns about your neighborhood, call Letty Azar, District Manager at 313-236-3518, or email her at azarl@detroitmi.gov. Deputy District Manager is Toson Knight, 313-236-3520, knightT@detroitmi.gov. These two fine public servants can assist you in building a cleaner, greener, healthier Detroit neighborhood!!
FREE FOOD PANTRY

Walk in the Spirit Ministries has a food distribution program at 11638 Whittier Ave. Detroit, Michigan 48224. Every fourth Sunday of the month at 11:00 to 1:00 pm. Residence should live in the following zip codes 48224, 48225, 48213, 48205 and 48207. For questions call 313 371 3990.

Immanuel Lutheran Church distributes food every Tuesday from 1 - 3 pm. The church is located at 13031 Chandler Park Drive, Detroit Michigan 48213. Person's receiving food must live in the following zip codes: 48213, 48214, 48215 and 48224. Clothing is also given away at this location.

Restoration House Community Center distributes food at 16392 Harper Ave. to call for more information please dial 313 884 5365. The distribution is from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm daily.

Picture Identification is required for all locations.

Please pass this information on to those who may benefit from this free food! To locate a food pantry in your area visit www.pantrynet.org and type in your zip code.
CONTACT NUMBERS
Important Contacts
Detroit Fire, Police or Medical Emergency 911
Poison Control Center (313) 745-5711 or (800) 222-1222
Drug Enforcement Administration (313) 234-4000
Electric or Gas Emergencies - DTE Energy
MichCon Gas Emergencies Only (800) 947-5000
Detroit Edison Electric Emergencies (800) 477-4747
FBI (313) 965-2323
Michigan State Police (313) 256-9636
United Way 211 (dialed from any land line)

Avoid Shutoff of your Energy bill
Call (800) 545-8046 to get assistance if you meet any of the following requirements:
  • Low-Income 
  • Disabled Persons 
  • Seniors on a Fixed Income
General Information
Abandoned/Dangerous Buildings in Detroit (313) 224-3215
Abandoned Cars in Detroit (313) 224-3242
Animal Control in Detroit (313) 224-7128
Auto-Pound (313) 267-4639
Citizens Radio Patrol in Detroit (313) 224-3264
Community Policing (313) 596-2520
Gun License Unit (313) 596-1998
Identification Unit/Finger Printing (313) 596-2108
City of Detroit Law Department (313) 224-4500
Liquor License Unit (313) 596-1954
Parking Enforcement Hotline (313) 967-1752
Records and Statistics/Report Info (313) 596-1908
City of Detroit Recruiting Unit (313) 596-2650
Telephone Crime Reporting & Prisoner Info (313) 267-4600
Wayne County Sheriff Department Prisoner Info (313) 224-2222