Cook County Land Bank Authority
The Cook County Land Bank Authority acquires, holds, and transfers interest in real estate properties throughout Cook County to promote redevelopment and reuse of vacant, abandoned, foreclosed or tax-delinquent properties and support targeted efforts to stabilize neighborhoods. It was formed by ordinance of Cook County in 2013 to address the large inventory of vacant residential, industrial and commercial property in Cook County. The CCLBA is the largest land bank by geography in the country and is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Cook County Board of Commissioners.
Remote meetings have been held via Zoom. CCLBA’s website calendar indicates meetings with dots; if you click on a date with a dot, then click on the event listing that appears below, you’ll be taken to a details page for that meeting. A Zoom webinar registration link is usually posted there closer to the scheduled meeting date.