WHAT CONSTITUTES BLIGHTED PROPERTY
- Any premises which because of physical condition or use is
regarded as a public nuisance at common law or has been
declared a public nuisance in accordance with the local housing,
building, plumbing, fire and/or related codes.
- Any premises which, because of physical condition, use or
occupancy is considered an attractive nuisance to children,
including but not limited to abandoned wells, shafts, basements,
excavations and unsafe fences or structures.
- Any dwelling which, because it is dilapidated, unsanitary,
unsafe, vermin-infested or lacking in the facilities and equipment
required by the housing code of the municipality, has been
designated by the department responsible for enforcement of the
code as unfit for human habitation.
- Any structure which is a fire hazard, or is otherwise
dangerous to the safety of persons or property.
- Any structure from which the utilities, plumbing, heating,
sewerage or other facilities have been disconnected, destroyed,
removed or rendered ineffective so that the property is unfit for
its intended use.
- Any vacant or unimproved lot or parcel of ground in a
predominately built-up neighborhood, which by reason of neglect or lack of maintenance, has become a place for accumulation of
trash and debris, or a haven for rodents or other vermin.
- Any unoccupied property which has been tax delinquent for
a period of two years.
- Any property which is vacant but not tax delinquent, which
has not been rehabilitated within one year of the receipt of notice
to rehabilitate from the appropriate code enforcement agency
Muncipal Grant Program