Director, Economic Development and Redevelopment
311 Hauss Square, Room 325
New Albany, IN 47150-3586
(812) 948-5333, phone
(812) 948-5329, fax
- 2010-2014 Community Development Block Grant 5-Year Consolidated Plan
- 2012 CDBG One-Year Action Plan
- FY2012 CDBG Annual Plan
- FY2012 Citizens Plan Schedule for Community Development Block Grant (Public Hearing Notice)
- Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (2010)
Request for Proposals
The New Albany Department of Redevelopment is responsible for preparing and implementing plans, programs and projects that address the community development and economic development needs of the City. Working under the policy guidance of its governing bodies, the Department of Redevelopment accomplishes related outcomes through the use of Federal, state and local programs and funding sources many of which are intended to serve low and moderate-income areas and households.
New Albany Redevelopment Commission
- Irving Joshua, President
- Adam Dickey, Vice-President
- Edward Hancock, Secretary
- Dan Coffey
- John Gonder
Mr. Dickey, Mr. Hancock and Mr. Joshua were appointed by Mayor Jeff Gahan
Mr. Coffey and Mr. Gonder were appointed by Common Council.
New Albany Redevelopment Authority
Amber Duke, President
- Terrance Becker, Vice-President
- Secretary - Vacant
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
- Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) –Brownfield Assessment Grant
- Economic Development Administration(EDA) -Construction Grant
- New Albany Redevelopment Commission
- Meeting Calendar
- Down Payment Assistance
- Concentrated Code Enforcement: Summary
- Energy Audit Program: Application & Brochure
- Tax Abatement
- Repair Affair
- Owner Occupied Rehab
- Emergency Repair Affair
- Youth Enrichment
This ongoing program in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department provides enrichment activities including: recreational sports, educational and special event opportunities that might not otherwise be available for inner-city youth ages 5-12 and teenagers 13-18 years old. In addition, programs designed for youth and adults with disabilities are offered.
- Section 3
Requires that recipients of certain HUD financial assistance, to the greatest extent possible, provide job training, employment, and contract opportunities for low- or very-low income residents and businesses in connection with projects and activities in their neighborhoods. If you live in government-assisted housing or if your household income falls below HUD's income limits , you may qualify as a Section 3 resident or Section 3 business concern.
- Youth Asset
This ongoing program in partnership with a consortium of local agencies develops and implements comprehensive after school programs including: child care, recreational and educational (tutoring) activities to economically disadvantage youth in the New Albany area schools.
- Downtown Parking Guide
Contact: Riverside Parking Inc.
927 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Rates: $ 2.00 Daily
$17.00 Non-Reserved (monthly)
$28.00 Reserved (monthly)
The City Parking Garage is located on State Street and managed by Riverside Parking Inc.