Clark County Land Reutilization Corporation strives to improve our community through the revitalization of vacant, blighted, and abandoned structures and land. Check out some of the ways we have done this!

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June 13, 2024

Former Catawba School Demolished

Through funding received under the State of Ohio Department of Development’s Building Demolition and Site Revitalization program, Clark County Land Bank was able to complete demolition […]
June 12, 2024

Conscious Connect Hits the Historical Mark

Clark County Land Bank acquired 1615 Woodard Ave. in 2016, and not long after 1609 Woodward Ave. in 2017, as a part of the Neighborhood Impact […]
February 29, 2024

2024 Community Clean Up Day

July 13, 2023

Director Named to Ohio Land Bank Board

Clark County Land Reutilization Corporation (the “Land Bank”) is proud to announce that our Executive Director, Ethan Harris was elected to the Ohio Land Bank Association […]

Partnership Brings Revitalization

 

721 N. Murray St.

721 N Murray St. was officially completed September 29, 2022. This home had been in left abandoned and in disrepair. The Clark County Land Reutilization Corp. acquired the property and donated it the OIC Vocational Education program. Students were able to learn real life skills and trades while restoring this structure back into a home.

OIC Brings New Life to Rubsam

 

614 Rubsam St.

In March of 2019, Clark County Land Reutilization Corp. acquired 614 and 620  Rubsam St. properties.  The existing structure was demolished with the NIP Grant funds and donated to OIC of Clark County. The new build project was completed September 29, 2022.

Clark County Land Reutilization Corporation strives to improve our community through the revitalization of vacant, blighted, and abandoned structures and land. Check out some of the ways we have done this!