Expiring garden agreements from 1/1/2022 to 12/31/2022 are automatically extended for 12 months.

Properties in public inventory can be repurposed for many uses. Public land can become a side or rear yard, a community garden, a community facility, an affordable housing development. It can support new and expanded businesses or be used for development assemblage. PHDC’s goal is to turn vacant land into an asset for the neighborhood and its residents.

Side or Rear Yards

Homeowners who live next to a vacant lot owned by a public agency may be able to buy it for a side or rear yard.

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Community Gardens, Open Space and
Recreational Areas

Community gardens help residents get to know each other, manage stormwater and help provide fresh food to neighbors.
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Propose Affordable Housing Project

By making public land available at a
lower cost, PHDC supports housing affordable to low- and moderate-income families.

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Land for Business Expansion

PHDC wants to help your business build on its success. If there is a publicly-
owned parcel near your business that
can help you expand and create jobs,
we want to help make that happen.

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Do you own land and have a development idea for it?

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Land for Community Uses

Do you have a proposal for a community use for which public property could be used?

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Explore these development/business opportunities.

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