Cody Rouge & Warrendale Potential Project Grading Sheet
Over the last ten months, young people, residents & neighborhood groups have worked with the Detroit Planning & Development Department to propose potential public projects for streets, homes, parks, shopping areas & more.

The project Organizational Steering Committee asks you to grade the draft proposals so they can be revised & finalized in early 2020. Please use the following letter grades to let us know what you think of each of the 35 potential projects

GRADING KEY

A: Project addresses important neighborhood priority & should be done as soon as possible!

B: Good idea though needs some questions answered or changes made before going forward

C: Fine though not high priority

D: This is not a good project

F: Please immediately stop considering this

All suggestions, comments, & reasons are appreciated in the “Why?” box.

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You can learn more details about the potential projects by downloading the Potential Projects Guide at
www.codyrougeandwarrendaleplan.org/2019/10/15/potential-projects-guide-suggestion-sheet

and downloading the 11/13/19 Public Meeting Hand-out at
www.codyrougeandwarrendaleplan.org/2019/11/20/draft-neighborhood-framework
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Grade for Residential Block Street Safety Retrofits for 100 Blocks *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Tireman Ave Protected Bike-Skate-Scoot Lane *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for West Chicago St Protected Bike-Skate-Scoot Lane *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for 20 Do-It-Ourselves Bus Stops *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Six DDOT Bus Shelters *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for West Side Nonprofit Bike Shop & Programs *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Banners & Murals *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Neighborhood Signs *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for How So? Signs
Why?
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Grade for Neighborhood Culture Map for every school *
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Your answer
Grade for Gardenview Path *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Cathedral Street Cut-Thru *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Single-family House Rehab Focus Areas *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Land Bank Focus Area *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Monitor multifamily developments to preserve affordable rental housing *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Adaptive Reuse of Ruddiman School *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Support nonprofit organizations that provide home repair and foreclosure prevention *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Support nonprofit organizations that provide tenant support *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for W Warren Ave Street Safety Retrofits VERSION 1 (4 narrower lanes) *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Grade for W Warren Ave Street Safety Retrofits VERSION 2 (2 narrower lanes + turning lane) *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for West Warren Ave Traditional Streetscape (Longacre to Mettetal) *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for West Warren Ave zoning changes *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Joy Road Street Safety Retrofits *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Joy Road zoning changes *
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Your answer
Grade for Edison Library Porch *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Teen-operated Day Club *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Support small business & entrepreneurs *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Attract new businesses *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Cody AKA Stein Park Spoken Word Stage *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Improve Simanek Park *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Community Yards & Rain Gardens *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Strengthen existing community centers: St Suzanne *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Strengthen existing community centers: Boys & Girls Club *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Strengthen existing community centers: Edison Library *
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Why?
Your answer
Grade for Low-maintenance park improvements at Old Dixon School site *
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Why?
Your answer
What else should the project team know?
Your answer
Thanks for sharing your thoughts about our Cody Rouge & Warrendale Potential Projects! To make our plans into reality, we need the support of as many residents & organizations as possible. If you don't mind, please share your information below & we'll keep you posted on our efforts & how you can help make it happen.
What is your name?
Your answer
What is your address?
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What is your age?
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THANK YOU!
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Cody Rouge & Warrendale
Neighborhood Framework
Matt Williams, Project Manager
williamsmat [at] detroitmi.gov
(313) 224-5594
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