What Properties May Fall Under the Blight Abatement Program?
Generally, to be considered for the Blight Abatement Program, a property must meet the definition of "blighted"
"Blighted Area" means any area that endangers the public health, safety, or welfare; or any area that is detrimental to public health, safety or welfare because commercial , industrial, or residential structures or improvements are dilapidated, or deteriorated or because such structures or improvements violate minimum health and safety standards. This definition includes, without limitation, areas previously designated as blighted.
"Blighted Property" means any individual commercial, industrial, or residential structure or improvement that endangers the public's health, safety, or welfare because the structure or improvement upon the property is dilapidated, deteriorated, or violates minimum health and safety standards, or any structure of improvement previously designated as blighted.
Learn about the Blight Abatement Program, including how to report blight.