- Where is Structure Demolition occurring?
- When is Structure Demolition occurring?
- Who is involved in Structure Demolition?
- 311 Process Notes
Demolitions in the City of South Bend are a complicated process involving staff from multiple departments as well as external stakeholders (such as NIPSCO and AEP).
Where is Structure Demolition occurring?
If you are the owner of the property, you are able to enter into an executive repair agreement with the Director of Neighborhood Services & Enforcement.
Please see our "Executive Repair Agreement" article for more information on that process.
When is Structure Demolition occurring?
The demolition process has many requirements and can take over 200 days from the start to finish. The City must follow a legal process prior to affirming a demolition order against a property and moving forward with the demolition. Utilities are a key component to the entire process since each demolition requires a complete utility retirement of water, electric, and natural gas.
Who is involved in Structure Demolition?
Organizations and groups such as those listed below have partial oversight of the process throughout a demolition:
- Neighborhood Services & Enforcement
- Department of Public Works (Engineering and Water Works)
- Department of Community Investment
- Legal Department
- Mayor's Office
- Hearing Officer/Independent Counsel
- Utility Companies
- Demolition Contractors
311 Process Notes
If resident has questions about a specific property, please create a CRM service request
Check here for the active demolition list