Affordable Housing & NSP
Within MDHA's Neighborhood Improvement Program are two programs: the Neighborhood Infrastructure Program and the Neighborhood Enhancement Program.
The Neighborhood Infrastructure Program will fund functional infrastructure improvements and community facilities in qualified low-income census tracts. Potential infrastructure improvements include but are not limited to streets, sidewalks, street lighting, security cameras, water services infrastructure such as storm water, flood and drainage improvements and acquisition of property for redevelopment. Community facilities include but are not limited to community centers, libraries, youth centers, senior centers and parks.
The Neighborhood Enhancement Program will fund projects that address a neighborhood’s aesthetic needs. Eligible projects include but are not limited to playgrounds, signage, community gardens, traffic mitigation, bus benches and shelters, tree planting and acquisition of property for redevelopment.
Funding for the current program year already has been awarded.