Pursuant to Act 381, Public Acts of Michigan 1996, the Troy City Council established the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (BRA) on January 18, 1999 for the purpose of promoting the revitalization of distressed areas in the City of Troy. The board consists of not less than five and no more than nine members who serve for three year terms, as appointed by their Chief Executive Officer, subject to the approval of City Council.
City liaison: Economic Development Specialist, 248.524.3314.
Regular Meetings are scheduled on the third Tuesday in April and October at 3 pm at Troy City Hall.
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Budget
Publications & Resources
- Troy Economic Resource Guide - This guide highlights some of the reasons why Troy is an attractive location for businesses. Troy is home to more than 6,000 businesses that employ about 129,000 people. Troy is a vibrant business and technology center and a community recognized for our civic spirit and quality of life.
- Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Overview
- State of Michigan Brownfield Redevelopment Authorities - The State of Michigan DEQ site provides much information on redevelopment tools available to brownfield authorities such as tax increment financing, a list of established brownfield authorities and local contact information, and links to the updated brownfield legislation.
- TBRA Revolving Loan Fund - TBRA established a loan fund to provide additional assistance and promote the redevelopment of brownfield sites within our community.
- SEMCOG Community Profile - A comprehensive study of various facets of the Troy community, including in depth looks at the City's population, economy and jobs, housing, transportation, land use, and more.
- Annual Financial Summary - This publication is an overview of the comprehensive annual financial report.
- Oakland County - The official Web site for Oakland County, Mich. Offices are located at 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Dept. 412, Pontiac, MI 48341-0412, 248.858.0720
- Master Plan - On August 14, 2006, the City Council, in agreement with the findings of the Planning Commission, initiated the process of preparing the City of Troy Master Plan, including sub area plans for Big Beaver Road, Maple Road, Stephenson Highway and Rochester Road, and that the Big Beaver Road Corridor Study be incorporated as a part of this process.