Investing in Community (2019-present)

During her five years in office, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has secured more than $55 million in federal funding for community projects across the district. These federally funded projects include:


  • $500,000 for the Dearborn Industrial Green Beltway to mitigate old industrial pollution and contain new environmental contaminants
  • $500,000 to Leaders Advancing Healthy Communities for a new Workforce Education Resource and Development Center in Dearborn

Dearborn Heights

  • $500,000 for Fire Station Replacement to improve the physical condition of the fire station and the facility’s capacity to provide safe and secure work environments for firefighters
  • $206,000 for the Dearborn Heights Library for student mobile library services, including a vehicle 


  • $3,000,000 for lead service line replacement
  • $2,500,000 for the Grandmont Rosedale Mixed-Use Development for low-income senior housing and commercial space
  • $1,500,000 for facilities and equipment for the American Indian Health Family Services of Southeastern Michigan located in Detroit
  • $1,166,279 to Alternative for Girls to construct Dr. Maya Angelou Village that will create 45 units of affordable, integrated permanent supportive housing fort at-risk families
  • $1,000,000 for home repairs in Detroit’s Aviation Sub and Far West neighborhoods
  • $220,402 to the In Memory of Community Garden for the Warrendale Multi-Cultural Neighborhood Revitalization Project to provide workforce development, education, community engagement, and small business development

Garden City

  • $2,100,000 for the Garden City Community Center Rehabilitation Project


  • $1,000,000 for the Replacement of the Fire Fighting Apparatus and the purchase of  one new fire engine and one new ambulance

Lathrup Village

  • $959,752 for the Water Main Replacement Project to improve water flow and reliability throughout the city


  • $1,250,000 for a new Livonia Wellness Center for seniors

Redford Township

  • $2,000,000 for the Redford Township Wellness Center

Southfield City

  • $850,000 for the Beechwood Parks & Wellness Trail for recreational and safer transportation routes for pedestrians and cyclists

Southfield Township

  • $959,752 for the construction of a new water main and facilitate lead service line removal in Beverly Hills


  • $3,500,000 for the expansion of service-learning for Wayne-Westland Community Schools
  • $250,000 for The Annex at Nankin in Westland City Hall Park to create a new community space for events and public gatherings