About Us

About Us

The Muskegon Land Bank Authority was formed in 2007 to transform vacant, tax delinquent and abandoned property for the benefit of the surrounding property, to improve the community, stabilize the area, give low income families the opportunity to be home owners and return the property to the tax rolls.

Learn more by reading an article (PDF) written in the October 24, 2012 Norton-Lakeshore Examiner.

Mission

The mission of the Muskegon County Land Bank Authority is to transform vacant, tax delinquent and abandoned property for the benefit of the surrounding property to improve the entire community.

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