The City of Racine and the Community Development Authority (CDA) believe that everyone should have access to safe, healthy neighborhoods. With a $15 million investment from the State in the Lincoln King Neighborhood, housing will be improved. The project will take place in phases and will result in new and improved homes in the neighborhood. Current residents will also be able to access resources to improve their homes.
This project map is available to download here.
The redevelopment plan will assist predominately with the development of new housing and rehabilitation of existing housing along the corridors within the neighborhood. The plan also provides for the public realm as well and contemplates the replacement of street pavement, alley pavement, sidewalk replacement or installation, street lighting, and for the planting of street trees. The City’s participation will be predominately funded through the Neighborhood Investment Grant Program and may be supplemented by other funding sources from the City to have the highest and greatest impact in the plan area.
- Download the adopted Redevelopment Plan by clicking here
- View the summary presentation from the June 20 public hearing by clicking here
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions we have received are available at the links below. If you have a question that is not included in this list, please email it to us at Lkplan@cityofracine.org and we will answer your question(s). If the question topic is shared by others, it will be added to the FAQ. You may also call us at 262-636-9322 with any questions.
Thursday, June 15 at 5:30 PM or Tuesday July 18 at 11:00 AM at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center.
- download the flyer by clicking here