As a result of the enactment of House Resolution 3221, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded more than $3.9 billion of Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds to states and communities across the country to address the nation's abandoned and foreclosed homes crisis.  In total, Ohio received an allocation of $258,089,179, with more than $116.8 million awarded to the state and the remaining funds awarded directly to Ohio cities and counties. The Ohio Department of Development's (ODOD's) Community Development Division and its Office of Housing and Community Partnerships (OHCP) allocated those funds in Regions.  ORDC has contracts with the following regions to assist in the administration and/or implementation of NSP1 funds.


  • Region 8- Morrow County (Lead Agency), Crawford County, City of Bucyrus, City of Galion
  • Region 10- City of Coshocton (Lead Agency), Coshocton County, Holmes County, City of Ashland, Ashland County
·         Muskingum- Muskingum County and City of Zanesville