Neighborhood Improvement Program

Neighborhood Improvement Program is a proactive effort where Township officials work cooperatively with residents in identifying various safety and quality of life issues across the community.

Through the effort, coordinated by the Divisions of Housing and Landlord Compliance, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and Zoning Enforcement work together to help identify issues that require abatement and, when possible, even provide information about possible improvement grants that can assist residents.

Some common problems that the program seeks to correct are housing safety issues (needed roof, window or structural issues), as well as zoning and health-related violations (vehicles parked on the grass, abandoned or unregistered vehicles, junk, rubbish and debris on properties or high grass).

Help Hamilton's Efforts by Reporting Issues

Residents can report issues to HAMStat.

Financial Assistance for Eligible Residents to Make Repairs