Neighborhood Investment Program
The objective of the Neighborhood Investment Program is to systematically upgrade the City infrastructure, an area at a time in our older, established neighborhoods before deterioration begins by identifying the program areas, taking a comprehensive assessment of existing conditions including input from property owners and residents, determining needs and developing a work plan, funding sources and a timeline.
The anticipated program outcomes are to develop public/private partnerships where property owners and utilities work with the City on area improvements, such as upgrading and improving public facilities, and the residents continue to maintain or improve their properties maximizing property values and a high quality of life in our neighborhoods
The NIP Pilot Program was targeted in the southern portion of census tract 315 utilizing Community Development Block Grant funding.
The neighborhood targeted for improvements included the area bounded by: Highland Road (north), North Buhl Farm Drive (east), State Street (south), and Boyd Drive (west).
The neighborhood targeted for improvements includes: Rombold Road (north), Maple Drive (east), City of Farrell (south) and Mercer Avenue (west).
The neighborhood targeted for improvements include the area in the northern section of CT 315 in the Patagonia area.
The neighborhood targeted for improvements includes the area bounded by: Buhl Park on the north and west, Buhl Farm Drive on the east, Highland Road on the south and the City of Sharon on the west.