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Welcome to DMD

From working to plan for our city's future - to creating affordable homeownership opportunities - to supporting the growth of jobs and investment in our community - the Department of Metropolitan Development works in partnership with other city departments to build a world-class city, neighborhood by neighborhood.

This website offers detailed information about DMD and provides a direct link to many of our department services. If you have questions or comments, please consult our staff directory or send an e-mail to pfrazier@indy.gov​.

Adam Thies, AICP
DMD Director

DMD Information and More: 

Notice is hereby given by the Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD), that on the  2nd day of July, 2015 at 1 p.m., local time (EST), the Metropolitan Development Commission (MDC), in the Public Assembly Room of the City-County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, will open and consider written offers for the sale of certain Property(s) of real estate (the "Property").The following is the link to the Notice.
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Indy Rezone project 
Draft Zoning Ordinance is ready for adoption. Check it out!
 
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ON-call Environmental Consulting Services RFQ
The Consolidated City of Indianapolis and Marion County (City,) Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD,) Brownfield Redevelopment Program (BRP) is requesting qualifications from consultants (Consultants) interested in providing environmental consulting services including assessments and incidental related services in accordance with the attached scope of services and sample contract. This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is being issued to solicit information, qualifications and statements of interest from firms able to provide such services on an on-call basis as needed by the City and its agencies. Submissions will be used by the City of Indianapolis to identify professionals meeting the required qualifications standards and capable of providing the necessary services.  The City may then proceed to negotiate fees with qualified respondents.  Submission of a qualification statement does not guarantee that a respondent will be contracted to perform any services; it only serves as notice to the City of Indianapolis that a respondent desires to be considered. 
Posting Date:                                                     May 11th, 2015
Submittal Deadline:                                        12:00 PM, June 11th, 2015
Last Day to Submit Questions:   12:00 PM, June 3rd, 2015
Contact for Questions:   Mr. Cameron Starnes
                                                                                Cameron.Starnes@indy.gov      (317) 327-5845
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Attached is the 2015 Final Indianapolis Housing Trust Fund Application:

IHTF 2015 Application Final

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 2015 HOME Multi-Family Applications and Proforma

Indy Rental Proforma1​

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The City of Indianapolis, Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD) is now accepting proposals for projects to be part of the 2015 U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Entitlement Programs. The Request for Proposal (RFP) process will commence on Monday, August 4th, 2014 and end on Monday, September 8th, 2014. Award announcements are anticipated to be made on or about October 2014.
 
 

2015 CDBG Homeowner Repair Application
2015 CDBG Public Service Application

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Request for Qualifications: Financial Manager- Brownfields This RFQ is official notification of the need for professionals services for the financial management of the U.S. EPA Brownfields-Environmental Cleanup, U.S. HUD Community Development Block Grant Loan

Program, and HOME Investment Partnership Loan Program.

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Various Final Action Plans

The City of Indianapolis CED presents recent final action plans for your information:

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Hardest Hit Fund
The City of Indianapolis is working on the use of Hardest Hit Funds for the removal of blight in our community. Find out more about the statewide program at http://www.877gethope.org/blight and look at the PowerPoint below to find out specifics about what Indianapolis is doing. Please contact Mark Forcum at Mark.forcum@indy.gov for more details.
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Section 108 Loan Eligibility Application and Forms

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DMD Podcasts

Join us as we have short discussions about our Department and interactions with other departments and organizations.

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Indy NSP Plan-Affordable Rents Revisions

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The NSP3 Final Application and Action Plan is available at the Community Development Home Page.

New Keystone Enterprise Park Web Site

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Multi-Family & Commercial Application Materials - Bond Projects

(Note: when prompted, please save each of the following documents to your computer and complete them using the excel program)

 
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UNWA-TIF Development Implementation Plan

 
Divisions
Department of Metropolitan Development

City-County Building
200 E. Washington St.
Suite 2042
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Tel: (317) 327-5355
Fax: (317) 327-5908

 

If you see this sign…

Public Hearing Sign 

The property owner is applying to develop the property in a way that requires approval.

Find out about the development & public hearing process here

 

 


 

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