Dana Harvey, Adam Troy and Jamal Harrison of the Detroit Public Lighting Authority to meet again with residents at the January 15 DHNC Meeting!

The Detroit Historic Neighborhoods Coalition invites you to attend  the January 15 meeting to hear PLA plans for updates to lighting throughout the City.  There was a great exchange between attendees at a meeting a few months ago with the PLA and we've invited them back to provide more recent updates and hear from YOU about the issues with lighting in YOUR community.  The more we can tell the about our own situations the better they can work with all of us to address them as quickly and efficiently as possible.  It's important we all understand the role of the PLA, the Detroit Public Lighting Department, DTE and residents play in lighting the city.  Bring your concerns, questions and ideas!

We will meet at 6:00 pm in the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament's office building attached to the back of the church.  The Cathedral is located at 9844 Woodward, with secure parking available through the Trowbridge entrance.

Future Events

Dates TBD --
District Managers
Historic Preservation
City Countil Members
Mayor's office Representatives

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Detroit Flood Victims and FEMA 

The DHNC is talking to FEMA to keep up-to-date on federal government decisions regarding whether Detroit will be designated an area for FEMA funding for repairs due to flooding.  Stay tuned for more information.


The Detroit Historic Neighborhoods Coalition(DHNC) was established in 1999 for residents to have a united voice in their community's development and revitalization.

If you'd like a DHNC Board member to attend your community meeting to talk about who we are, what we do, and how you can be involved, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..