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The Town of Eatonville offers a variety of Community Redevelopment Agency programs. Please click on 

Grants, Projects

& Programs

Grants and programs listed are pursuant to CRA Resolution CRA-17-02. 

       

 

                    Current Events 
Denton Johnson Center Master Plan

The Denton Johnson Master Plan can be viewed here.

Charrettes
Community Meeting

On Thursday, October 3, 2019 the CRA hosted a community meeting in the Denton Johnson Center to introduce the new grant programs offered by the CRA. New programs include the Curb Appeal Grant, Code Compliance Grant and the Infill Pilot Program. Community partners Eatonville Chamber of Commerce, United Against Poverty and iBeria Bank shared their resources and resident services.

 

The Residential Facade Grant, Home Buyer Assistance Grant, Commercial Facade Matching Grant, Economic Redevelopment Proposal Grant, Commercial Leasehold Matching Grant, and Business Lease Subsidy Grant have all been discontinued. If you have questions please contact us.

CRA Programs

*Workshop and meetings are held every third Tuesday at 5: 00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., respectively, inside of Town Hall unless stated otherwise.

January 15, 2019

February 19, 2019 

March 19, 2019

April 16, 2019

May 21, 2019

June 18, 2019

July 16, 2019

August 20, 2019

September 17, 2019

October 15, 2019

November 19, 2019

December 17, 2019

Mailing Address

307 E. Kennedy blvd

Eatonville, Florida 32751

Contact Information

CRA Board Meeting Dates

                         Grants 
Code Compliance Grant

Up to $3,000 per unit is available to assist income-eligible homeowners that are homestead, who have received notice of code violations, to make the necessary repairs to bring their home into compliance. Assistance is provided as a zero-interest loan requiring no monthly payments if the homeowner occupies the home for five years after the repairs are complete. 

Eligible Repairs:

  • Exterior painting

  • Rafters, soffit and fascia repair

  • Window glass and screens

  • Yard maintenance and debris removal when done in conjunction with repairs to the home

  • Residential Driveway

  • Eligible Emergency Home Repairs; minor roof repair, plumbing, electrical, heating

Hurricane Safety; removal of large hazardous objects, removal of household appliances and auto parts from outside.

  • Car Removal coordination*

Ineligible repairs include:

  • Repairs to mobile homes

  • Sidewalks and patios

  • Interior repairs

Curb Appeal Grant

Up to $1,500 is available to assist income-eligible homesteaded homeowners in either a full or matching grant. Residents that don’t meet the income requirements can apply for a matching grant of up to $1,500.

Eligible Repairs:

  • Exterior Painting 

  • Pressure Washing (Home & Driveway)

  • Irrigation Repair & Landscaping

  • Driveway Repair

  • New House Numbers

  • New Mailbox

                         Projects 
Restoration of the Historic Trail

The Historic Trail Markers were initially installed in 1995 with a Department of Historical Resources grant awarded to the Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community, P.E.C. Each marker comprised of historic facts and land markers of Eatonville, creating an immersive journey through the development of the oldest municipality incorporated by African Americans. 20+ years later, the CRA Board approved the restoration and instillation of the signs. Since the project's completion visitors from afar have explored Eatonville using the Historic Trail Markers as their guide. For more info visit Dust Tracks on a Road Historic Trail Tour 

West and Fitzgerald Street Repaved

West and Fitzgerald Street were approved for repaving on October 16, 2018 by the CRA board. This project is supported under the CRA Plan, Element 3.2, which encourages high performance infrastructure and environmental enhancements. In creating a viable community, high quality infrastructure is necessary to support existing and future development for overall sustainability. Streets Fitzgerald, West and Jonotey are key roadways through the community. The project was funded in partnership by the Town of  Eatonville Public Works Department and the CRA.  The project was completed on February 27, 2019. 

                        Programs 
"That's Nice" Beautiful Yard Award

The “That’s Nice!” award is an acknowledgment of residents who maintain a clean and pleasant outward appearance of their home and maintain positive relationships with their neighbors. Recognizing residents for their positive contribution to the Town’s appearance will assist with rebranding efforts as well as create a sense of place pursuant to TOECRA Plan 3.1.

Residents are encouraged to enter by submitting a photo of their home and or yard with the address, name, preferred contact email or phone number, as well as the month their applying for to Info@EatonvilleCRA.org.

2019 Winners