The Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation is a non-profit, community-based organization working to preserve and improve the Grandmont Rosedale Neighborhoods of northwest Detroit. We take a comprehensive approach to community revitalization, with programs designed to renovate vacant homes, assist local homeowners and businesses, beautify our community and keep our neighborhoods safe and vibrant.
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What is a Special Assessment District?
The Special Assessment District is a plan to strengthen the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods by providing supplement security and snow removal services. The cost of supplemental services would be shared by all area property owners and services would be administered locally by GRDC. Many community members have collaborated to bring this opportunity to our neighborhoods and are now working with the City of Detroit and local neighborhood associations to make this concept a reality.
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* The Neighborhood of Choice(Article is on page 25.)
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Award Winning Community Development
GRDC is recognized as a leader in Detroit’s community development industry and consistently delivers award-winning programs to serve the residents and businesses of Grandmont Rosedale. In the last three years, GRDC has won the following award at the annual Detroit Community Development Awards Banquet:
• 2015 Extraordinary Economic Development Award
• 2014 Community Developer of the Year
• 2013 Outstanding Community Safety Program
GRDC was also recently named a finalist for the Best Managed Non-profit Award given annually by Crain’s Detroit Business magazine.
Grandmont Rosedale Quality of Life Plan
Adopted by the community in 2012, the Grandmont Rosedale Quality of LIfe Plan lays out concrete steps toward improving the quality of life in our community over the next 3-5 years. The plan lays out strategies for neighborhood stabilization, commercial revitalization, public safety, beautification, placemaking, youth development and community engagement. View the whole plan here.