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    Past Programs

    This page is for informational purposes only. Montgomery County no longer has NSP or Lead program funding available for distribution.

    Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

    HUD'S Neighborhood Stabilization Program provided emergency assistance to state and local governments to acquire and redevelop foreclosed properties that might otherwise become sources of abandonment and blight within their communities. Since 2009, HUD has awarded three rounds of NSP funding. Montgomery County received a direct allocation through NSP1 of $5.98 million.  Montgomery County, as part of a Consortium with the Cities of Dayton, Kettering and Fairborn, and the Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority, was awarded NSP2 funds in the amount of $29.2 million. View the Greater Dayton Consortium plan, here.  Montgomery County was allocated $1.1 million in NSP3 funding.

    NSP1 Quarterly Reports 2013

    NSP1 Quarterly Reports

    NSP3 Quarterly Reports through March 2013

    Montgomery County NSP Plan Overview

    Montgomery County NSP1 Plan (Substantial Amendment)

    Montgomery County NSP Eligibility Maps

    Montgomery County NSP Map of Activities through August 2010

    Montgomery County NSP Greatest Need Area Maps

     Jefferson Township   Harrison Township
     Huber Heights   Miami Township
     Miamisburg   Riverside
     Trotwood   West Carrollton

     



    Past NSP1 Request for Proposals

    Demolition Services 

    Appraisal Services (April 2009)

    Real Estate Services (April 2009)

    Title Services (April 2009)

    Additional NSP Related Information

    Link to HUD's NSP web-page

    Area Median Income Guidelines

    Link to NSP Purchase/Rehab/Sell Activities 

     

    Montgomery County Lead Program

    The goal of the Montgomery County Lead program was to control and prevent housing/environmental conditions which might result in childhood lead poisoning.  This was accomplished by providing educational information to the public, coordination with various agencies rehabilitating targeted high-risk affordable housing, investigation and early response to families of lead-poisoned children, enforcement of applicable laws and response to community complaints and inquiries. 

    The Lead Program was responsible for: 

    1. Childhood Lead Poisoning Investigation and Outreach

    • Investigation of lead-poisoned children

    • Enforcement of environmental regulations/ordinances

    • Preventive outreach/education to families of lead-burdened children

    Most of the activities under Section 1 were undertaken by Public Health-Dayton/Montgomery County. 

    2.  HUD-Funded Grant Program

    • HUD funds were used, when available, to control lead-hazards in pre-1978 affordable housing occupied by families with children ages 6 and younger in targeted high-risk areas of the County. 

    • Funds may be used in owner-occupied units, rental units and vacant units that will be marketed to families that meet the income criteria.

    • Housing that has been made lead-safe by HUD lead grant funding or other means is entered in the Lead-Safe Housing Registry. 

    3.  Community Complaint Response, Education and Outreach

    • Information/referral to lead-related questions provided to the public
    • Site investigation performed as needed
    • Group presentations
    • Educational materials provided to Montgomery County residents 

    4.  Services to Other Departments

    • Lead Paint inspection, project design, monitoring and final clearance testing services for other HUD-funded housing programs, on request 

    Additional Resources:
    Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (English) 

    Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (Spanish) 

    Reducing Lead Hazards When Remodeling Your Home (English)

    Reducing Lead Hazards When Remodeling Your Home (Spanish)

    Lead Paint Safety: A Field Guide for Painting, Home Maintenance, and Renovation Work 

     

     

     

     

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