Residential Standards


Our Goal:  Clean, Healthy and Safe!

The University District Community Association strives to maintain and support the integrity of the neighborhood, provide communication of events and issues to its residents, promote a quality education in our local school while maintaining health, safety and happiness in a family-friendly, diverse community.

To that end, Residential Standards Committee has been empowered to to establish, identify, and document best practices for residential standards for the University District.
Committee members have worked collectively toward that goal, enlisting the assistance of several City of Detroit departments, the Detroit Police Department, and others to document standards and processes for enforcement of those standards

The University District Community Association strives to administer and enforce the architectural integrity, safe, social and desirable community living atmosphere and ensure the real property value of the homes in this community through the collective efforts of each property owner by supporting and enforcing the standards as set forth in the Residential Standards Handbook.

Drug-free Zone

The University District Community has zero tolerance for drug trafficking. As a community we can assure all who traffic in drugs that they will be sought out and reported to the authorities. Drug trafficking places all residents, living in the midst of drug dealing, at risk.

Residents who observe drug traffic are asked to call police at 313-234-4000 and our radio patrol at 313-447-0003 to report such activity  (anonymously if you wish). It will take this entire community to maintain a safe living environment for all of our residents.

To report a Residential Standards violation or to contact another UDCA committee:

Open a support Ticket here.