Planning & Development Department

Neighborhood Stabilization Plan (NSP)

Planning & Development Department (P&DD) and Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA) 

Public Notice: NSP 1 and 3

The City of Detroit (the City), through the Planning & Development Department (P&DD) is proposing an allowance in the Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA) Disposition Plan for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).  The purpose of this notice is to provide an opportunity for public comment on the changes in the policies and procedures as they relate to the DLBA disposition plan. Specifically, the disposition changes allow for the DLBA to change the use of the disposed property so that they may be sold without meeting a NSP national objective. The Department has determined that this change in disposition strategy will best meet the needs of Detroit citizens. The following NSP funded properties may not end up meeting a NSP national objective and if not the City’s NSP will be reimbursed current, fair market value, less the value of any non-Federally funded acquisition or improvement costs:

4177 Audubon                   3890 Bishop                       1756 W. Boston                 115 Chicago            
571 E. Grand Blvd. 3471 Harvard 17570 Ohio 3930 Yorkshire

P&DD is soliciting public comment regarding the above-reflected changes.  The public comment period begins on July 21, 2014 and will continue through August 4, 2014. Comments can be sent to NSP@detroitmi.gov or mailed to:

Planning & Development Department
NSP Comments
65 Cadillac Square, Suite 2300
Detroit, MI  48226

Approval of the above may be subject to authorization of the Detroit City Council and/or the Emergency Manager. 

Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3)
Substantial Amendment to 2010-11 Consolidated Annual Action Plan

On October 19, 2010, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as authorized under Section 1497 of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank Act) announced the release of a third round of funding made available through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP3) for the purpose of stabilizing neighborhoods by the reduction or elimination of vacant and abandoned residential property in targeted neighborhoods.

To apply for the allocation of $21,922,710, the City of Detroit, through the Planning and Development Department, has proposed the following use of funds in the draft Substantial Amendment to the 2010-11 Consolidated Annual Action Plan.

The proposed budget breakdown is as follows:

Planning and General Administration  $2,192,271
Acquisition/Rehabilitation                    $17,038,168
Demolition                                           $1,192,271
Redevelopment                                   $1,500,000           
Total                                                     $21,922,710

NSP3 requires grantees to use at least 25% of the funds allocated, $5,480,678, for the purchase and redevelopment of abandoned or foreclosed homes or residential properties that will be used to house individuals or families whose incomes do not exceed 50% of the area median income (AMI).
All activities funded by NSP3 must benefit low- and moderate-income persons whose income does not exceed 120% of the area median income.

 

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Please view the draft Substantial Amendment to the Action Plan and the supporting documents by clicking on the links below:

NSP3 Application (pdf)

Maps and Narratives (pdf)

HUD Mapping Tool (pdf)


NSP3 Quarterly Reports

July - September 2014 (pdf)

January - March 2014 (pdf)

October - December 2013 (pdf)

July - September 2013 (pdf)

January - March 2013 (pdf)  Attachment

July - September 2012 (pdf)  

January - March 2012 - Revised (pdf)

April - June 2011 Report (pdf)

July - September 2011 Report (pdf)


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