Development

In The News A record-breaking 1,297 children and caregivers visited Flints Children’s Museum during one of their free access days on Presidents Day, December 24.
In The News The room where the soon-to-open Community Water Lab sits empty. Plans for tearing down its eastern wall to allow resident a look into the lab’s inner work are being considered.

$300,000 raised for Flint Development Center water lab


Innovation News Asa Zucarro, executive director of the Latinx Technology and Community Center on Lewis Street, speaks to a crowd at a public showing of The Water Box on Monday, December 2.

How the Water Box is fostering community trust across Flint


In The News With 56 active projects, the Ferris Wheel provides assessments, research, and work space to entrepreneurs all over the city.

The Ferris Wheel awarded for growing Flint entrepreneurship


Feature Story kids in pilot school

New pilot program offered to Genesee County kids


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In The News A $36,000 grant from the MEDC will help ready the former Flint Delphi East property for redevelopment.

Former Flint Delphi site being readied for redevelopment


In The News Katie Bach (left) and her husband, Matt, (second from right) pose with the film crew from 'House Hunters' and their two dogs Chewie and Chester.

Why local 'House Hunters' chose Flint — 'For us, it's home'


In The News Flint's Civic Park neighborhood soon will be home to a 4-acre farm and orchard.

Large urban farm and orchard planned in north Flint


In The News New lighted markers have been installed throughout downtown as part of the new Flint AutoPark system.
In The News "Isn't she beautiful?" says Linn Aikens, who led efforts to cleanup Civic Park's Hidden Park — and thanks to some help, succeeded in a single summer.

Help pours in for woman cleaning up Flint's Hidden Park


In The News Communities First Inc. hosts a ribbon cutting for the new Coolidge Park Apartments on Sept. 23, 2019.
In The News City of Flint Neighborhood Planner Dequan Allen leads a focus group beside Civic Park residents Ernest-C Martin, 72 (left) and Arthur Port, 77, (right) on September 7 for the neighborhood planning workshop.
In The News Ubuntu Village extends out in a 3-block radius from the Urban Renaissance Center offices at Joy Tabernacle Church
In The News A look at a portion of the city of Flint's zoning map.

Second meeting set to develop plan for Civic Park beautification


Feature Story This home sits among fields along Forest Hill Avenue and Rankin Street, in the heart of the Civic Park neighborhood.

The ruralization of Flint's Civic Park neighborhood


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