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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@indygov.org.

Adam Thies, AICP
DMD Director

DMD Information and More:

The next regular meeting of the Metropolitan Development Commission will be August 6, 2014 in the Public Assembly Room of the City County Building at 1:00pm EDT.

 

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.

 

Various Final Action Plans

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


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.


2014 CDBG Application and RFP Documents


Section 108 Loan Eligibility Application and Forms


DMD Podcasts

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


Draft 2013 Annual Action Plan

The Community Resources Division has released the draft 2013 Action Plan. This document presents the City's strategies for allocating CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA funds to specific projects. Public comment can be sent to Erica.Aquila@indy.gov and will be accepted through November 15th, 2012.


2013 CDBG Funds Application and 2013 Action Plan

2013 CDBG Funds Application and 2013 Action Plan application documents are located at the following link: Community Development


Indy NSP Plan-Affordable Rents Revisions


4 New Redevelopment / Economic Development Areas

Redevelopment projects are initiated to support Community Development and Economic Development activities. The following 4 Plans that are presented below are in the approval process with the Metropolitan Development Commission and the City County Council.

Indy Rezone project
For More Information visit the Project Website at www.indyrezone.org

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

New Keystone Enterprise Park Web Site

Downtown Canal Link
To schedule a Canal event: www.indycanalevents.com/
A Canal Map is HERE.


Indy Receives National Planning Award


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)


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