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CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency)

Amended Community Redevelopment Plan

The Sanford Community Redevelopment Agency (SCRA) operational timeframe has been extended through 2025.

Forms and Publications

CRA Budget

Audits

Taxable Values

Applications

CRA Goals

  • Aggressively pursue redevelopment/revitalization to enhance economic vitality and livability

  • Integrate the downtown-waterfront in function, activity and transportation

  • Improve CRA district conditions in both physical and social quality while preserving historical significance

CRA Annual Report

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The Sanford Community Redevelopment Agency exists to revitalize and enhance the Sanford Downtown CRA District by strengthening economic vitality and livability.

For more information about the SCRA’s programs and policies, please contact:

CRA Board Members

The Sanford CRA Board is a five member panel of volunteer citizens appointed by the City of Sanford City Commission. Two of the five seats are reserved for Seminole County designees who are also approved by the City of Sanford City Commission

Charles Davis

Chairman of the Board

Call: 407-340-3045

Brian Volk

Vice Chairman of the Board

Call: 407-322-2910

Theo Hollerbach

Board Member

Call: 407-878-4942

Paul Osborne

Board Member

Call: 407-718-0600

Joshua Snyder

Board Member

Call: 407-927-2867

Staff

  • Cynthia Lindsay – Treasurer
  • Tom Tomerlin – Economic Development Director
  • Pamela Lynch – Project Manager

Budget

The Sanford Community Redevelopment Agency (SCRA) adopts a budget annually. The annual budget is approved by the SCRA in July of each year after following the required Public Notice process. The budget is then incorporated into the City’s annual budget and adopted by September of each year pursuant to the City’s Public Notice process. Budgets can be amended from time to time. The following budgets are hereby made available to the public and will remain posted along with amendments for no less than two (2) years.

Meetings