The City of Key West, Florida

The Southernmost City in the Continental United States


Community Redevelopment Agency

The City of Key West has two, non-contiguous redevelopment areas: the Caroline Street Corridor Redevelopment Area and the Bahama Village Redevelopment Area. These two redevelopment areas are collectively managed by the Caroline Street Corridor and Bahama Village Community Redevelopment Agency ("CRA"). The Key West City Commission sits as the CRA. The Bahama Village Redevelopment Advisory Committee acts as an advisory committee to the CRA for the Bahama Village Redevelopment Subarea.

The redevelopment areas were originally established through a Finding of Necessity approved in 1992. Subsequently, the City created the CRA and approved redevelopment plans for each subarea: the Bahama Village Redevelopment Plan was originally adopted in 1995 and updated in 1998; and, the Caroline Street Corridor (formerly known as the Key West Bight Redevelopment Area) Plan was approved in 1996. A new update to both plans was approved by the City in January 2010. Please click below to view the Community Redevelopment Plan, Finding of Necessity and the State Statutes for Community Redevelopment.

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Key West, FL 33040
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