Good news for drivers in Detroit — sort of.
Talking about parking tickets is never fun, but try to play along. Starting now, if you get a parking ticket in the city of Detroit, you can pay through the ParkDetroit app without having to mail in or drop off a payment.
Sure, it’s 80-ish degrees in October right now and this is something we totally, definitely should not worry about whatsoever, but snow will fall eventually in Detroit, which means we’ll have to discuss our favorite topic at the moment: Bike lanes!
Detroiters have five days prior to the cutoff to become registered to vote in November. Are you registered?
Detroit residents, are you registered to vote?
Per State of Michigan law, you must be registered to vote in the November 6 statewide election 30 days prior to the date. As of today, October 2, there are 5 days left before the cutoff date to become registered.
There are a number of voter drives kicking off in advance of Election Day this year. The City of Detroit, for example, has partnered with Mayors For Our Lives, a newly formed organization, to encourage Detroiters to vote.
The Detroit Police Department will incorporate vehicle-towing practices into its departmental operations, using city-owned lots already used as storage facilities and new tow trucks purchased by the department.
Have a seat next to host @SheilaGrantTV as we watch caricature artist @RobertJohnBauer of @GoofyFaces sketch her likeness in just a few minutes' time. Episode 15 of #ArtDetroit invites you inside the wacky world of exaggeration to see why this medium truly is an art form unlike any other.