We have several programs that help to boost neighborhood development.
- Cincinnati Land Reutilization Program
The purpose of the Cincinnati Land Reutilization Program (CLRP) is to purposefully acquire
non-productive property and return it back to productive use.
- Community Development Construction Projects - Meet and Confer
The Meet and Confer is an opportunity for contractors to meet with City staff and developers to learn about City-assisted construction activities and projects. Meet and Confer sessions are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
- CRA Commercial Tax Abatement Program
The City of Cincinnati offers a tax abatement program to companies and developers building or renovating a residential, commercial, industrial, or mixed-use facility in such cases where the new or renovated facilities will result in job creation.
- CiTiRAMA 2014
This year's CiTiRAMA® will be held at Witherby Meadows, a development located located in College Hill off of North Bend Road. CiTiRAMA® is a partnership between the City of Cincinnati and the Home Builders Assocation of Greater Cincinnati.
- Community Development Corporations
The City provides operating support funds to non-profit Community Development Corporations that provide new housing opportunities in the City.
- Community Housing Development Organizations
A Community Housing Development Organization is a private, nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to developing affordable housing.
- Neighborhood Stabilization Program
Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds are being used to redevelop foreclosed, abandoned and vacant residential properties.
- Neighborhood Support Program
The City's Neighborhood Support Program provides funding to community councils for neighborhood projects and activities, such as newsletters, membership drives and beautification.
- Real Estate Ambassadors
The Cincinnati Real Estate Ambassadors promote urban living and help increase homeownership in the City of Cincinnati.
- Section 3 Program
Section 3 requires that preference is given to low- and very low-income residents and the businesses that employ them for new employment, training, and contracting opportunities resulting from the HUD-funded project.
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