Downtown Development Authority/Brownfield Redevelopment Board

Downtown Development Authority

A Downtown Development Authority (DDA) exists to act as a catalyst in the development of a community’s downtown district. Various funding tools exist for DDA’s including millage and tax increment financing for public improvements within the boundaries of the district.

Downtown Development Authority Information

 

Act 57 Plans

Downtown Development Authority staff contact:
Dave Alexander
Business Development Manager
dave.alexander@shorelinecity.com
(231) 215-8827

Brownfield Redevelopment Authority

The City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority provides financial incentives for economic development projects within the City of Muskegon where environmental contamination, blight, or functional obsolescence create an impediment to redevelopment of property.

Inclusion of a project in the Muskegon Brownfield Plan can result in certain eligible activities being financed through tax increment financing or through providing the developer, business owner, and/or lessee with an opportunity to earn a Michigan Single Business Tax credit based on the investment in the property. Below are links to applications and other sources of information on Brownfields.

Brownfield Applications and Other Information

Brownfield Redevelopment Authority staff contact:
Peter Wills
Director of Strategic Initiatives
peter.wills@shorelinecity.com
(231) 724-4144