Muncie Economic Development Programs



The programs below are managed by Muncie Economic Development. Click on an icon to learn more about each individual program's assets. 


         


           

Muncie Redevelopment Commission

Muncie Redevelopment Commission (MRC) is authorized to acquire and dispose of abandoned residential properties. This Policy and Procedure Manual (Manual) attempts to compile programs and tools the City of Muncie through its Muncie Redevelopment Commission can use to provide opportunities for these abandoned properties.

Residential

The Muncie Redevelopment Commission (MRC) Residential Programs oversee a number of vacant residential buildings and vacant lots within the City of Muncie. As recommended by the Neighborhood Investment Committee (NIC), the MRC approves all acquisitions and dispositions through the program.
 
There are six residential programs, Residential, Urban Revitalization, Pocket Park, Community Garden & Orchard, Side Lot, and the Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program. For more information regarding these programs, please consult our Policy and Procedure Manual, or contact our Residential Program Administrator.

Economic Development Commission

Information coming soon.

Coworking Space

The CO:LAB is a collaborative coworking space for entrepreneurs, independent professionals, freelancers, and startup businesses with two locations in downtown Muncie. It offers a community work environment designed to bring members together to share expertise, facilitate networking and grow professional relationships, as well as a place to work independently and free from life’s daily distractions. 

Live-Work Project

In a collaboration with the City of Muncie, MRC, and other private, non-profit, and public organizations, a program will be established to promote, support, sustain, and maintain live-work areas throughout the City of Muncie.

Muncie Industrial Revolving Loan Fund

Information coming soon.

It is said that John Dillinger, the infamous bank robber passed through Muncie in July of 1933. He did not rob any banks here because he was afraid of a train hindering his getaway plan.

Learn more about the history of Muncie


Office of the Mayor
The Honorable Dennis Tyler

Muncie City Hall
Third Floor
300 N High Street
Muncie, IN 47305


mayor@cityofmuncie.com
(765) 747-4845
8am - 4pm (M-F)