Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and a coalition of civic, community and business leaders today introduced the new Detroit ID, a municipal identification card that will help thousands of Detroiters gain access to important city services, interact with the Detroit Police Department, financial institutions, cultural organizations, as well as shopping and dining discounts across Detroit.

The Detroit ID will be available to all city residents ages 14 or older, regardless of immigration or housing status, criminal record, or gender identification. The Municipal ID does not replace a driver’s license or state ID, but will be recognized by many city departments and agencies as a valid form of identification. (Press Release, Click here to read more.

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