Detroit is investing $45 million to renovate aging recreational centers and build new ones

Last month, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan revealed plans for a $45 million overhaul of the city’s community recreation centers in an ambitious effort that ranks as the largest undertaking of its kind in Detroit in decades. Many of the Detroit Parks & Recreation-operated rec centers targeted in the sweeping improvement campaign are aging and in significant need of upgrades and additional space to meet the needs of contemporary users, and most are located at or adjacent to city parks.

Notably, Detroit’s rec center revamp is financed in part by funds allocated to the city as part of 2021’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 economic recovery package,

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