What is the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)?
The goal of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) is to stabilize neighborhoods by addressing abandoned and foreclosed property through acquisition, demolition, new construction, and rehabilitation.

The city's community development department received both federal entitlement and state competitive "pots" of dollars for this program. The NSP federal program is funded by the department of Housing and Urban Development, (HUD). The competitive "pot" is funded by the state. The goals of both programs include stimulating the local economic economy through construction job creation and creating safe, livable, and viable neighborhoods through the removal of blight, infilling with new affordable housing, and upgrading basic housing stock.

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2. Who is eligible for Community Development Programs?
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4. What is the HOME Program?
5. What is the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)?
6. What is Community Development?
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