2018 Detroit Charter Revision Commission
The 2018 Charter Revision Commission of the City of Detroit is a public body organized pursuant to the affirmative vote of the people of the City of Detroit at an election held Tuesday, November 6, 2018 to propose revisions to the Charter of the City of Detroit (the current Charter being effective as of January 1, 2012).
The Commission is now discussing the proposed revisions submitted to the Commission. Please click HERE to learn more about the proposed revisions submitted to the Commission.
Comments on proposed revisions can be submitted to the Commission using the submission form available at http://tinyurl.com/DCRCfeedback. You may also provide comments at Commission meetings during public comment.
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Standing Commission of the Whole Meetings
2nd Tuesday of each month at 5pm
3rd Wednesday of each month at 5pm
4th Saturday of each month at 9am & 1pm
Locations for each meeting to be determined and notice to be provided in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING IN-PERSON MEETINGSOn March 23, Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-21, prohibiting in-person work that is not necessary to sustain or protect life. As a result, all meetings of the 2018 Detroit Charter Revision Commission will be held by electronic means until restrictions on in-person gatherings have been lifted by the Governor.
All meetings will be held consistent with Executive Order 2020-15 and will provide a means for the community to participate. Meetings will be posted in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, as modified by Executive Order 2020-15. Please see the meeting announcement for instructions on how to participate in the meeting.