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67.4  Million for Demolition in Flint and Genesee County

 

Since 2014, the Genesee County Land Bank Authority (GCLBA) has received a total of $67.4 million in Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) dollars for demolition in Flint and Genesee County. The funding enables the GCLBA to work with its partners, including the City of Flint, the Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission, and local units of government throughout Genesee County, to demolish more than 5,000 blighted and abandoned houses by the fall of 2018. 

The HHF was established in 2010 with $7.6 billion awarded to 18 states and Washington, D.C. to fund foreclosure relief programs after the housing crisis. The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund, part of the federal Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), is designed to help homeowners in states hit hardest by the housing crisis.

Hardest Hit Fund Grants Awarded to The Genesee County Land Bank Authority

HHF Grant and Timeframe

Award Amount

Estimated Number of Demolitions

HHF 1 – Flint Area  (2014 – 2015)

$22.7 million

1,776 (actual)

HHF 2 & 3 – Flint Area

(2016-2017)

$12 million

~900

HHF 4 – Flint Area

(2017-2018)

$13.9 million

~1,030

HHF 5 - Flint Area (2017-2018)

$17.6  million

~1,250

HHF 6 Genesee County

(2017)

$1.24 million

~90

Total

$67.4 million

5,046

 

 

For more information about current demolition funding click here.

For information on bidding and contracting demolition work click here.

HARDEST HIT FUNDED (HHF) DEMOLITIONS

2017-2018 Schedule and List of HHF Demolitions in Progress (HHF 3,4,5 & 6 combined)

2017-2018- HHF Demolitions in Progress (Broken down by grant)

HHF Strategic Plans & Funding Requests

HHF1 & 2 Funding Request
HHF3 Funding Request 
HHF4 Funding Request
HHF5 Funding Request
HHF6 Funding Request (Genesee Co.) 

Other Information

Cost of Demolition

Public Information Session Q & A Post Cards

 



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