Is dedicated to the economic growth of our community by strengthening existing business and attracting new ones.
The city of Allen Park invites you to learn more about how your business can thrive in our community. We have buildings available for any type of business, acreage at a fraction of the national average real estate cost and many incentives available. Working with the city of Allen Park you will find that we go the extra mile to recruit businesses, aid with start-ups, assist with expansions, and encourage retention of business operations. This all adds up to a great place to do business with continued growth and prosperity opportunities.
Business Cooperative Education & Internship Opportunities:
Cooperative Education is an academic partnership in which the Schools and the employer join to provide the student with a method of learning which integrates work experience and classroom instruction. Students are employed in practical, paid or non paid positions directly related to their educational and career goals. Through the integration of academic study and work experience students enhance their academic knowledge, personal development, and professional preparation. Employers can work with qualified students with cutting edge knowledge to practice their skills in a real work environment.
See the list of local schools, college and university who can provide you the opportunity for Internship and Co-op Jobs.
Local Cooperative Education
The Community Development Support provides capacity building reviews, improvement grants, technical assistance, and information on selected neighborhood-based projects with in the community.
Community Development Block Grant Programs
The (CDBG) program is a flexible program that provides communities with resources to address a wide range of unique community development needs. Beginning in 1974, the CDBG program is one of the longest continuously run programs at HUD. The CDBG program provides annual grants on a formula basis to 1180 general units of local government and States.
For further information about the Block Grant opportunities contact, Community Development Coordinator at 313-928-5442.
Displaced Worker Opportunities and Information
Guide Book for Helping Displaced Workers
Downriver Community Conference Workforce Developments Programs
Wayne County Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program (MFPP)
Michigan State Housing Development Authority “Save the Dream"
Federal Housing Administration
Avoid Foreclosure - Publication
City Zoning Maps