Neighborhood Preservation, Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Working with our invaluable network of partners, we reduce blighted properties, improve neighborhood health and revitalize communities.
No, but we can help direct you to someone who might.
Yes, if your plan aligns with our mission, we have the relationships and know-how to connect you to potential sellers.
Absolutely not. NPA stands for Neighborhood Preservation Act. Initially enacted in 2004, the NPA allows residential property owners in Shelby, Davidson and Madison counties and in the city of Oak Ridge to bring suit against their neighbors who fail to maintain abandoned property to community standards.
We work all across the city and county.
Yes, we work with a wide array of community partners to provide financial support to groups fighting blight and improving neighborhoods.
Through our partners we can certainly direct you to some options.
We don’t, but we work with code enforcement to determine what needs to be done.
NPI is a privately funded, non-profit organization.
Blighted properties can mean vacant and abandoned properties that have fallen into disrepair. We are affecting change by building a registry of these such properties and creating action plans to improve upon these properties.