Central Illinois Land Bank Authority
We Improve Communities by Stabilizing & Revitalizing Property
CILBA helps our local government members repurpose and improve real estate.
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Proudly serving Vermilion County, Champaign County, and the City of Decatur.
CILBA is an intergovernmental agency comprised of 20 government members. Our mission is to assist member communities and forge partnerships with developers, end users and others that results in revitalized neighborhoods, increased property values, stabilized real estate markets and redevelopment of properties in Vermilion County, Champaign County, and Decatur.
The Central Illinois Land Bank Authority will operate in a transparent manner and engage in strategic property acquisition, disposition, land use management and redevelopment while supporting and promoting broader community development objectives.
What We Do
The Dyer Mansion, also known as the Honeywell Mansion, on East Honeywell Avenue in Hoopeston, a yellow-brick historic building that was destroyed in a fire in 2015 and can’t be rehabbed, is one of six demolitions to be completed by the Central Illinois Land Bank Authority starting next week.
Once one of Hoopeston’s most stately home, the former Dyer mansion, at 520 E. Honeywell, is set to be demolished next week.
- City of Danville, IL
- City of Georgetown, IL
- City of Hoopeston, IL
- Village of Bismarck, IL
- Village of Catlin, IL
- Village of Fairmount, IL
- Village of Fithian, IL
- Village of Oakwood, IL
- Village of Potomac, IL
- Village of Rankin, IL
- Village of Ridge Farm, IL
- Village of Rossville, IL
- Village of Sidell, IL
- Village of Tilton, IL
- Village of Westville, IL
- Village of Rantoul, IL
- Village of St. Joseph, IL
- City of Decatur, IL (Macon County)