Flint has been a member of the Cities of Service coalition since 2009, when Mayor Dayne Walling signed the Declaration of Service. Flint has strengthened the way the city, its community partners, and neighborhood volunteers are tackling the challenges of neighborhood blight and emergency preparedness.
Interested in volunteering in Flint? Check out the Flint Service website.
To learn more about the great work being done in Flint, please read the city's service plan, Neighborhood Revitalization: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility and visit Flint's website.
Appearing in the February 5, 2014 online edition of American City & County Magazine, "Volunteers bring best tools to fight blight" offers more information about Flint's fight against blight.