The goal of the South Woodbury Neighborhood Preservation Program plan is to revitalize this area into a thriving neighborhood primarily by aggressive code enforcement targeted at vacant and abandoned properties, and the rehabilitation of single-family and mixed-use buildings. With this, the City will be able to arrest decline, protect the neighborhood’s unique character as a desirable place to live and to shop, and leverage existing assets and partnerships to catalyze community and economic development. Additional information on the South Woodbury NPP Plan will be available after the survey data is collected.
NJ Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ neighborhood based programs are designed to play a key role in implementing New Jersey’s neighborhood revitalization efforts by strengthening the ability of municipalities to plan and implement strategies to help declining neighborhoods become thriving neighborhoods; building partnerships between state and local governments, private businesses, and residents; and encouraging private investment to drive increased economic opportunities and quality of life in the state’s vulnerable communities.
2020 Market Analysis of Woodbury and its Downtown Market District.
The purpose of this analysis is to explore some of the existing strengths of the business activity in Woodbury, both downtown and city wide, and to examine sectors of the retail and service industries where new investment may be possible.
Neighborhood Preservation Program 2020 – South Woodbury Neighborhood Implementation Plan Revised March 10, 2020
The Year 1 Implementation Plan addresses four goals of Economic Development, Urban Enhancements, Community Engagement and Civic Engagement by introducing several projects and programs. More information on the projects and programs will be available as they come into fruition. View the map of the South Woodbury NPP District.