Community Redevelopment Agency
The City of Temple Terrace is a rising star in the nationally recognized Tampa Bay area of Florida. Dubbed the "Amazing City," the municipality is nestled among the grand oaks and towering pines along the banks of the majestic Hillsborough River.
Temple Terrace has a population of approximately 26,000, and its City Center is strategically located near the University of South Florida, Florida College, Telecom Park, Busch Gardens and I-75.
The City provides residents with a high quality of life and easy access to the entire Tampa Bay region and its world-class amenities.
As part of the city’s efforts to improve quality of life and strengthen the economic environment, the City has established a community redevelopment agency that includes 20 acres of City-owned land. The long-term vision is to create a vibrant downtown that will be valued by its citizens for generations to come.
For more information or to submit a proposal in accordance with the required RFP process, please contact Greg C. Pauley, the City’s Business Relation Manager.
The Fountain Shoppes at Temple Terrace
This project, built by the Paragon Property Group, is a multi-structure commercial development at the southeast corner of North 56th Street and Bullard Parkway. This project features commercial space for multiple uses.
Learn more about this developer.
Waverly Terrace Luxury Apartments
This project, built by the Richman Group of Florida, is a grade-A apartment community south of Bullard Parkway and east of Bertha Palmer Boulevard. This project includes 200 residential units with high-end finished and amenities, clubhouse and pool.
Waverly Terrace website Learn more about this developer.
This project, still under construction, is being built by Enigma Realtors and involves the complete renovation of an old retail structure at the southeast corner of Chicago Avenue and North 56th Street. When finished, this project will offer retail space for boutique shops and dining options.
One Oak Development
This developer redeveloped a commercial site along Busch Boulevard into new retail space for an automotive parts store.
TTCRA PUBLISHED LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
|Name:||Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temple Terrace|
|Purpose:||Eliminate blight in the community and create a vibrant downtown district.|
|Services:||Provide community redevelopment.|
|CRA Resolution & Map:||CRA Establishment Resolution and Map|
|Governing Statutes:||Florida Statutes, Chapters 163 Part III & 189|
|Date Established:||September 23, 1999, amended December 5, 2000|
|Establishing Entity:||Temple Terrace City Council, under Mayor Fran Barford|
|CRA Registered Agent & Contact Information:||City Manager|
11250 North 56th Street
Temple Terrace, Florida 33617
|Fiscal Year:||Concurrent with the City’s Fiscal Year, October 1st - September 30th|
|Annual Report, Budget & Financial Reporting:||Included in and made part of the City’s Budget and Financial Reporting requirements.|
CRA Annual Report (document archive)
CRA Annual Budget Reports & Audits (in City Budget, document archive)
CRA Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (document archive)
|Local, Updates & Detail Reports:||USF Study - South CRA Development Capacity February 31, 2017|
CRA Area Update Resolution June 19, 2007
|CRA Board Members:||The Agency’s Board consists of all Temple Terrace City Council elected officials during the term of his or her elected office. Council Members are elected to four-year terms and may serve two consecutive terms before a break in elected service is required.|
Contact information for each member is available at the link above.
|CRA Meeting Schedule:||CRA Meeting Dates|
|CRA Board Minutes & Other Documents:||CRA Document Archive|
|Ethical Standard:||Florida Commission on Ethics|
|State Report Data:||Florida Chief Financial Officer’s Local Government Reports|