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Neighborhood Stabilization Program
Substantial Amendment

The City of North Las Vegas substantial amendment to the FY 2008 HUD Consolidated
Plan’s Action Plan, for the purpose of fulfilling the application requirements to receive
Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds through U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is available for public review and comment until November 23, 2008. As a subrecipient of Clark County, the City of North Las Vegas is submitting its Plan as part of Clark County’s Substantial Amendment Plan to HUD.  The City is eligible to receive a direct allocation of $6,837,736 from HUD and a $1,814,256 pass-through allocation from the State that may be used for the purpose of:  providing financial assistance to qualified (120% adjusted median income or below) homebuyers to purchase foreclosed homes; acquiring foreclosed homes; purchasing blighted vacant property; and/or redeveloping foreclosed properties that might otherwise become sources of abandonment and blight within the community.

The Plan can be found at the link below:

The plan is also available for review at the City of North Las Vegas Office of Housing and
Neighborhood Services, 2250 Las Vegas Boulevard North, North Las Vegas, NV 89030.  Comments may be submitted by email to or by mail to Neighborhood Stabilization Program Comments,
City of North Las Vegas
Office of Housing and Neighborhood Services
2250 Las Vegas Boulevard North
North Las Vegas, NV 89030

For more information about the Neighborhood Stabilization Program go to the HUD Neighborhood Stabilization Program Grants web page.

Click here for Neighborhood Stabilization Application Program

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