The PPNA Housing Committee supports neighbors with code enforcement, blight elimination and addressing vacant properties, neighborhood development and affordable housing, and partnerships and outreach. If you have a question, concern, idea, or connection in these areas, let us know!
Contact the PPNA Housing Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can support with getting code-related issues taken care of
on your block.
PPNA leverages local contacts and experience to see items addressed
quickly and efficiently.
Maintaining the physical assets in our community is essential,
and we’re here to help.
Blight elimination and addressing vacant properties
PPNA works hard at eliminating blight in our area, and reducing the number of vacant properties.
We work on pushing vacant properties into receivership, and see it through that they're purchased for redevelopment and eventual occupancy.
We maintain a record of vacant properties in the neighborhood.
If you know of a vacant property nearby, let us know and let’s get it filled!
Neighborhood development and affordable housing
Quality affordable housing is essential to preserving our
community’s unique diversity.
PPNA advocates for the preservation, improvement, and development of affordable housing among our community’s diverse housing options.
We can assist in promoting the development of the community’s physical assets, working with other stakeholders, local non-profits, and development groups.
Partnerships and outreach
PPNA has an amazing network of organizations and individuals who assist in achieving our housing goals.
Some of our partnerships include: Southeast CDC, Charm City Land Trust,
local realtors, developers, and city agencies.
We build relationships with groups and individuals to further our collective community-minded interest.
Want to get involved, report an issue, or share a concern?
Contact Pat Lundberg, PPNA Housing Committee Chair