Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

The City of Florissant was awarded 1.5 million dollars in Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funding through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Recovery Act funds.  The City received these funds to purchase foreclosed homes, rehabilitate and resell in order to stabilize our neighborhoods and stem the decline of house values of neighboring homes.

Since receiving these funds our approved developers have purchased eight (8) foreclosed homes in the City.

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These homes have been vacant for quite some time and have since deteriorated quite a bit.  It is our goal, as well as the developers, to rehab these properties to Florissant's Housing Standards for long term affordability, including many, many updates/replacements to major systems, roofing, windows, siding and concrete just to name a few, all with the eye on creating a quality home ready to be enjoyed for years to come.

Construction on these properties will begin in the next several months. The major renovations on these properties will not only be great for these particular properties but for all the surrounding homes and the entire City as well.  Once these homes are fully renovated they will be put on the market for sale. This is an exciting program for the City and our neighborhoods.

If you would like additional information regarding this project please contact Carol O'Mara, Director of the Housing & Community Development Office at 314.839.7680.