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Wendy Johnson, Director
Community & Economic Development
 
Mailing Address
Rm N102 City Hall
1101 S. Saginaw Street
Flint, MI  48502
Phone Number
810-766-7426
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810-766-7351

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NSP American Recovery & Reinvestment Act

Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
2009 Recovery & Reinvestment Act Funds


The Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA) of 2008 was approved by Congress on July
30, 2008 with regulations for the program issued on September 29, 2009. The program is being
administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The overall
purpose of the program is to assist in the redevelopment of abandoned or foreclosed homes under the portion of HERA entitled Emergency Assistance for Redevelopment of Abandoned and
Foreclosed Homes. The program has been titled the Neighborhood Stabilization Program
(NSP). On the national level, the bill appropriates $3.92 billion for the program.

In order to be able to distribute the funds as quickly as possible to meet identified needs, HUD
has, in the regulations for the program, determined that an amendment to the CDBG Annual
Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2008 will be the most efficient method. The $3.92 billion has been
allocated to CDBG recipients on a formula basis contained in the HERA. For a CDBG recipient
to receive a direct allocation of funds, the application of the formula had to result in the recipient
being allocated a minimum of $2,000,000.

Flint has received an allocation of $4,224,621. The NSP regulations require that an application
describing the use of the funds be submitted to HUD no later than December 1, 2008. After
review and approval of the application by HUD, Flint will have 18 months to commit the funds
to program purposes described in the application with all funds expended within four years.
  1. City of Flint Neighborhood Stabilization (NSP) Program
    Pre-bid Meeting Summary Qs & As – August 4, 2009
  2. Final Amendment To Flint Fiscal Year 2008 CDBG Annual Action Plan Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
  3. Map Package
    NSP New Targets Maps
  4. Proposed Amendment To Flint Fiscal Year 2008 CDBG Annual Action Plan Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
  5. Public Comment Period Intent To Apply For Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2
    (NSP 2)
       www.michigan.gov/mshda

 

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