Calhoun County Land Bank Authority

Calhoun County Land Bank Receives $100,000 To Fight Blight
Over $3.6 million has been awarded to counties and cities across Michigan to fight blight, by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.
Several of those counties are here in Southwest Michigan; the MSHDA says Thursday that the Calhoun County Land Bank Authority will receive $100,000 to demoli…
122 Blighted Calhoun County Homes To Be Demolished
A large scale effort to fight blight is coming to Calhoun County.
The Calhoun County Land Bank Authority says that in the coming weeks, they will be working with the County, Bedford Charter Township, Emmett Charter Township, and the Cities of Battle Creek and Albion to demolish 122 blighted houses...
Battle Creek House With Uncertain Future Becomes Urban Farm
Sprout Urban Farms has now taken ownership of the property at 245 Kendall Street in Battle Creek, a property that was ones on the rolls of the Calhoun County Land Bank Authority. The sale represents another non-typical use for a property that was not garnering any property tax revenue...
A New Use For One Battle Creek Blighted Home
It's one way to try and get blighted homes off the county's land bank rolls. Donate it for training purposes.
That's what's happened at 249 Parrish Street in Battle Creek. The home, a foreclosure owned by the Calhoun County Land Bank Authority, didn't sell after some time...