About the Hallandale Beach CRA

The Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (HBCRA) is open for your business! Our mission is to enhance quality of life by eliminating and preventing blighted conditions through the facilitation of community partnerships, business growth, job creation and neighborhood revitalization.

A community redevelopment area is a geographic area in which the physical and economic conditions meet the definition of slum or blight according to the Florida Statute Chapter 163. The purpose for establishing the Hallandale Beach CRA and the Redevelopment Trust Fund was to serve as a partner to the City, to other government entities, and to the private sector in addressing the distressed conditions in the redevelopment area. The Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (HBCRA) was created as a separate legal entity by the Hallandale Beach City Commission by Ordinance No. 96-25, and adopted on December 27, 1996. The Executive Director is the registered agent. The HBCRA Board of Directors approved the current implementation plan in March 2012. The Board held their most recent Visioning Session on February 9 2015 to discuss the strategic actions of the agency. As a result, the Board modified the goals and objectives of the HBCRA by identifying priority projects and programs.

The City of Hallandale Beach is a vibrant coastal community seen as a prime location for investment opportunities. Numerous residential and commercial projects have recently been completed and more than $1 billion of projects are under construction, planned or approved by the City.

The Hallandale Beach CRA is focusing primarily on tangible development, redevelopment, and capital improvements that create cohesive visual appeal by undertaking comprehensive improvements of the public realm and promoting public/public and public/private partnerships.

For more information about the City of Hallandale Beach and Hallandale Beach CRA, please visit our websites.

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