Learn about the AARP Age-Friendly Community initiative.
BOLD (Believe, Optimize, Learn, Dream) Lansing brings together City programs and local partners to provide step-by-step financial education and planning to help students, their families, and young adults prosper and save for post-secondary education.
The Build Lansing Initiative aims to meaningfully develop publicly owned property within the City of Lansing.
There are four Corridor Improvement Authorities in the City of Lansing whose goal is to focus on revitalizing important areas.
Learn about the diversity, equity and inclusion initiative here.
Learn more about Mayor Andy Schor's Gun Violence Task Force.
The Lansing Small Business Recovery Program was designed to support small business owners as they respond to the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2020, Mayor Andy Schor initiated the creation of a Mental Health Task Force. The City of Lansing partnered with Michigan State University to bring together professionals together to address mental health in our community together.
Operation Slow Down is a program designed to reduce speeding and reckless driving behaviors on Lansing streets. Mayor Andy Schor’s Office, the Lansing Police Department, and Lansing Public Service Department have put together resources to assist residents when they see speeding in their neighborhood.
Get informed on the Lansing Police Transparency page.
The City of Lansing prioritizes climate action and sustainability planning for the city. The Draft Sustainability Action Plan can be found here.
Learn about Lansing's Vision 2030.
Mayor Andy Schor initiated the development of a long-term Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan for the City of Lansing.
Find information about the Mayor's Office of Community Relations & Faith-Based Initiatives.
Learn more about the Dam Removal Exploratory Workgroup and their efforts.