The Town of Davidson is committed to maintaining an economically diverse citizenry and providing affordable housing opportunities. Davidson's historic mix of people in all income levels and ages is fundamental to our community, so town government will encourage opportunities, services, and infrastructure that allow people of all means to live and work here.
Information about The Bungalows
Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement Inspection Schedule - The Bungalows
|Date||Building Address||Parcel Number||Units||Unit Count|
|Office #||Cell #|
|County Inspector:||Grady Penner||980-314-2633||704-634-8864|
|Property Manager:||Michael Kelly||704-895-5600|
Expectation for the Code Enforcement Process
Tenant: Coordinate with Code Enforcement officer and property manager to allow access for initial inspection, maintenance/violations repairs, and final inspections via schedule.
Property Manager: Coordinate with Code Enforcement officer and tenant to gain access for initial inspection, maintenance/violations repairs, and final inspections via schedule. Coordinate with tenant to make repairs as needed. Coordinate with the code inspector of when repairs are completed and need reinspection.
Code Inspector: Coordinate with the tenant and property manager to allow access for initial inspection, maintenance/violations repairs, and final inspections via schedule. Produce a letter Notice of Violation letter to the tenant and property manager if violations are found. Coordinate with the property manager of when repairs are completed and need reinspection. If violations are found, produce a letter to the tenant and property manager/owners once violations are corrected.
Searching for Code Inspection Results
Under Guest Tab
Click: View Permit
Under View Permits
Click: By Address
Under Search by Address
Click the Search by Parcel Number Box
Type in the parcel number
Click Search button
Select GO tab for desire address
Under Request for Service
Select GO under Inspection Results tab
Under Inspection Requests
Select GO next to Inspect Complaint
Note: Please know results cannot be viewed if no violations are found once the inspection is completed. If violations are found a copy will be given to the tenant and the property owners/managers.
Affordable Housing Action and Implementation Plan
The Town of Davidson solicited proposals to develop a data and context driven Davidson Affordable Housing Action Plan (the "Plan") to serve as an Affordable Housing Action and Implementation Plan for the Town to actively address the economic and social equity impacts to Davidson’s affordable housing needs. Davidson is one of the most expensive places to live in the state, and it is anticipated that real estate prices and rent will continue to increase in the foreseeable future. The Housing Action Plan should provide comprehensive, and alternative, recommendations for producing new and preserving existing affordable homes, targeted regulatory changes, strategic infrastructure investments, strategic ways to spend the housing (payment in lieu) funds, identifying new funding sources and other tools to increase affordable housing.
Request for Proposals (RFP) closed in Summer 2021. Onpointe Partners has been selected as the Affordable Housing Action and Implementation Plan consultant. To learn about Onpointe Partners, please visit their website here Version OptionsAffordable HousingHeadline.
2017 Housing Needs Assessment
In 2017, the UNC-Charlotte Urban Institute created a Housing Needs Assessment for the Town of Davidson. Highlights include:
1. Housing inventory is heavily single-family, owner-occupied. There is a need for more rental units.
2. The population has more than tripled in the last 25 years.
3. There is an aging population. Davidson is missing the 20-39 age range.
4. The population is increasingly affluent and educated. Davidson is the only town in the county where over half the residents earn more than $100,000..
5. 5,500 people work in Davidson. Half of the workers earn less than $40,000, and few workers live in Davidson.
6. Homes are less affordable. Median sales price in 2015-16 was $385,000 (Cornelius- $265,000; Huntersville- $250,000)
The UNCC Urban Institute presented information and recommendations from the recently conducted Affordable Housing Needs Assessment. Following the presentation, attendees broke into smaller groups for round table discussions facilitated by the Urban Institute.
Watch the presentation here: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/103088258
August 2017: Affordable Housing Strategy