What Is a Land Bank?

A variety of programs available through the Land Bank provide property owners and developers with creative options for restoration and revitalization.

Property Donations

A variety of programs available through the Land Bank provide property owners and developers with creative options for restoration and revitalization.

Contractor and Property Forms

A variety of programs available through the Land Bank provide property owners and developers with creative options for restoration and revitalization.

REmote board meetings

Due to the State of Emergency in Ohio and Clinton County related to COVID-19, and following the signing of HB 197 by Governor DeWine, all CCLRC meetings will be held via video-conference until further notice. The link for the video conference meeting will be posted here on the website prior to the start of the meeting date and time listed.

The next CCLRC Board Meeting will be Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 11:30am. Click HEREĀ to register and receive a link to the meeting.

THE CLINTON COUNTY LAND BANK

The Clinton County Land Reutilization Corporation (“Land Bank”) was established in 2016 with a mission to clean up vacant, blighted properties throughout Clinton County and return them to productive use. The Land Bank is managed by a 5-person board of directors.

Since its inception, and with a shared commitment to economic and community development, and improving the quality of life in Clinton County, the the Land Bank has partnered with, and is administered by, the Clinton County Regional Planning Commission. Through this partnership, Clinton County has so far received over $1 million to address the issue of vacant and abandoned properties affecting neighborhoods throughout the County.

Property Inquiries

Please let us know if you are interested in acquiring or disposing of property.

Required FormS

All forms required for contracting with the land bank, acquiring, or disposing of properties.

Properties

An inventory of all land bank-owned properties with property-specific information.

Contact the Land Bank