Update: The next round of lots is now available for preview on our interactive map linked below.
The City of Lakeland Housing Division will begin accepting applications for the Infill Land Bank Program starting on Monday, March 10, 2023. Anyone interested in the program will be required to submit an Affordable Housing Development Application and an Application to become a Certified Affordable Housing Developer through our online application portal. If you were previously awarded lots through the land bank program, you do not need to resubmit the Certified Affordable Housing Developer Application. The link to the application portal will remain open until the end of the day Monday, March 27, 2023.
The City of Lakeland Housing Division and the Affordable Housing Review Committee will qualify and rank all applications. Lots will be awarded to qualified buyers based on their ranking until all lots have been awarded and the following incentive will be made available:
The application forms and program details are available below:
Affordable Housing Land Bank Map
Certified Affordable Developer Application
(Go to the Infill Lot Program at the bottom of the page)
For additional information, please contact email@example.com or call 863.834.3360.
As part of the City's participation in and eligibility for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) program, the Housing Office is required to implement an Affordable Housing Incentive Plan. Incentives included in the Plan which may be requested include:
View the full Affordable Housing Incentive Plan and Application for Incentives.
Click here to view additional development incentives.
The Federal Government requires that a portion of the City's HOME Investment Partnership Program funding be set aside for specific activities to be undertaken by a special type of nonprofit called a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). A CHDO is a private nonprofit, community-based organization that has obtained or intends to obtain staff with the capacity to develop affordable housing for the community it serves. HOME grantees (called Participating Jurisdictions in the HOME Program) must set aside a minimum of 15 percent of their HOME allocations for housing development activities in which qualified CHDOs are the owners, developers and/or sponsors of the housing.
For additional information, or to become a CHDO, please contact the Affordable Housing Office at 863.834.3360 or by email.