About Bagley Community Council
Created in 1961, the Bagley Community Council is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our primary mission is to improve the quality of life for our residents by supporting strong block clubs.
Providing information and support to block clubs is just one way we help sustain & improve the quality of life for our residents. With over 5,000 homes, we are a “bedroom” community in the City of Detroit with good schools, retail, recreation, transportation and diversity in houses of worship.
The membership dues to Bagley helps provide scholarships to graduating high school students, support neighborhood patrols, allows the publication of the community newsletter (The Unifier), and other projects.
Bagley Community Council holds membership in several larger community organizations:
- Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD)
- Detroit Police Department 12th Precinct Police Community Relations
- Michigan Nonprofit Association
Bagley is a neighborhood in Northwest Detroit, MI and is fully enclosed by municipal District 2. It is bordered to the South by McNichols (6 Mile), to the West by Wyoming Ave, the East by Livernois Ave, and to the North by West Outer Drive. Largely a bedroom community, with most houses constructed between 1930 and 1955.