Below are helpful neighborhood links and documents, just click on the title open the document! 

2019 Frequently Called Phone Numbers

Top Blight Violations

2019 Detroit Solid Waste Guide

Bulk Pickup & Yard Waste Collection "How to". Click HERE to download this form!

Resource List:

Detroit Police Department
21555 West McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 596-5800
Commander Jacqueline Pritchett
8th Precinct NPO

  • Police Community Relations Meetings (313) 596-5647 - every 4th Monday of the month (Location: Westminster Church, 17567 Hubbell)

  • Neighborhod Security Meetings - every 4th Thursday of the month (Location: North Rosedale Park Community House, 18445 Scarsdale)

Detroit Public Library - Redford Branch
21200 Grand River
Detroit, MI 48219

Monday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Branch Manager:Ina Sue Nairn


Detroit Public Library - Chaney Branch
16101 Grand River
Detroit, MI 48227

Monday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Branch Manager:Barbara Parker

Bulk Waste and Yard Waste Drop-Off

Bulk items include furniture, mattresses, appliances, hot water tanks, carpeting, and large toys.  No construction debris accepted.

Residents may take bulk items and yard waste to one of five bulk drop-off locations:

  • Davison Yard — 8221 West Davison

  • Southfield Yard — 12255 Southfield Service Dr.

  • J. Fons Transfer Station - 6451 E. McNichols

  • State Fair Yard - 19715 John R

  • 5840 Anthon btw Calvary and Campbell

Detroit residents with proper identification may use the drop-off locations but are limited to 1,000 pounds per person per day.

Department of Neighborhoods - City of Detroit

Meet your Department of Neighborhoods District One Team, Stephanie Young and Reggie Reg Davis.  They have been charged with the task of eliminating blight in their district and will be your partners in making that happen.  They will do this by working closely with neighborhood and other community organizations, CDCs, faith-based organizations and local businesses to identify and prioritize your concerns, and then coordinate with the appropriate City department to deliver results.  They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight.

Please contact with any neighborhood concerns at:

Latrice McClendon
District Manager
(313) 236-3484

Kya Robertson
Deputy District Manager
(313) 236-3473


Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation

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. Visit for more information.

Rosedale Soccer

Rosedale Soccer League is an instructional/recreational soccer league supported by the area neighborhood associations. Open to boys and girls aged 4-17 years old, Rosedale Soccer’s season usually runs from the 3rd week of August through the 2nd week in October..

Games are played at local fields. All parents are expected to volunteer for at least one position. Volunteer positions include coaches, age group coordinators, field prep, and referees. Referees are paid for each game that they officiate.

Registration begins in June. You can download an application from the website or you can attend Soccer Sign Up on the first three Saturday’s in June at the North Rosedale Park Community House. There is a sign up table on the lawn in front of the Community House both days from 10am until 2pm. The address is 18445 Scarsdale, Detroit, MI 48223.

Rosedale Grandmont Little League

Kids from the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods play ball every spring in ROSEDALE GRANDMONT BASEBALL LEAGUE, an instructional/recreational league supported by all the neighborhood associations.

Open to boys and girls ages 3-16, the league is an official Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth affiliate, and is an all-volunteer effort by parents of players. All parents are expected to help in some way--managing, coaching, preparing fields, publicizing, organizing, fundraising, picture day, etc.

 The season runs from mid-April through late June; Opening Day is usually the last Saturday in April. Games are played at local fields. An in-person registration session is usually held on the first Saturday in March from 9 AM till 1 PM at the GRDC building (Grand River east of Evergreen), though online registration can be done at any time beginning in February through their website.

 The three divisions in Rosedale Grandmont Baseball League are:

  • T-Ball for 3 and 4-year-old boys and girls

  • Coach-Pitch for 5 and 6-year-old boys and girls

  • Baseball for 7 through 16-year-old boys and girls

 For more information, visit their website at or send an email to