Community Improvement Plans
The City of Niagara Falls has prepared Community Improvement Plans for the Downtown and Historic Drummondville areas. The Community Improvement Plans encourage the rejuvenation of these older business areas that have experienced economic decline over the years. The Community Improvement Plans contain grant and loan programs that help improve the appearance and the structure of commercial buildings and also encourage the conversion of upper floor space for residential use.
The City has also prepared a Brownfield Community Improvement Plan which encourages the environmental clean up and redevelopment of older abandoned industrial and commercial sites that are contaminated or perceived to be contaminated.
Each Community Improvement Plan, boundary map of the area and the funding programs and their applications are found below:
Downtown Community Improvement Plan
Historic Drummondville Community Improvement Plan
NO FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR HISTORIC DRUMMONDVILLE PROGRAMS AT THIS TIME
Brownfield Community Improvement Plan
CIP Development Charges Study
Development Charges in CIP districts are either exempt or greatly reduced. View the CIP Development Charges study for details.
Contact and More Information
For more information, please contact the Community Improvement Program Coordinator via E-mail or by phone at 905-356-7521 ext. 4298 or Business Development.