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Scott House to be Restored
Habitat for Humanity plans to move Scott Center House to a vacant city-owned lot on MLK, Jr. Boulevard, just west of its current location. BWL has pledged $100,000 to move and restore the house. The restored home will be used to develop up to 20 affordable housing units for owner-occupants.... More

Lansing Population Growing Again
Mayor Virg Bernero today hailed the latest population estimates by the U.S. Census that show Lansing’s population increased by 399 residents or 0.3% over last year. According to the census data, Lansing’s population growth is the third highest in the state, following... More

LOVE Lansing Celebration
The City of Lansing invites neighbors to gather at the Lansing Center for the inaugural LOVE Lansing Neighborhood Celebration to recognize neighborhood leaders and neighborhood watch captains/coordinators for their amazing efforts in creating excellent communities across Lansing... More

Neighborhoods in Bloom
Neighborhoods in Bloom is back! Help beautify our neighborhoods on May 14th, by applying for materials to plant in public right of ways. Applications for materials are due April 29th, at 5PM. Application
Mobile Food Pantry May 2016
FREE, fresh, non-perishable food items will be distributed by the City of Lansing Human Relations & Community Services Department & the Greater Lansing Food Bank on Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 9AM to 11AM (or until food runs out) at St. Casmir - 800 W. Barnes, Lansing, MI... More

LPD Deploy Body-Worn Cameras
Mayor Virg Bernero & Police Chief Mike Yankowski announced that body-worn video cameras are now in use by the department’s patrol officers. The cameras are designed to keep officers & citizens safe by recording interactions that can later be used as evidence if charges... More

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