City of Live Oak

A Caring Community 

Community Redevelopment Agency / Area (CRA)


Welcome to the Live Oak Community Redevelopment Agency’s pages!

For CRA Meeting agendas, please click here.

For CRA Meeting audio recordings, please click here.

Attention Business Owners

The Community Redevelopment Agency has re-authorized the Commercial Building Façade & Site Improvement Grant Program, effective October 2017. For more information, click here.

 What is a "CRA"?

"CRA" can mean Community Redevelopment Agency or Area. The Area relates to a designated district within the City of Live Oak, which was first established in June of 1995, pursuant to the Community Redevelopment Act, Chapter 163.356, Florida Statutes.  Any property that falls within the boundary is considered in the official area.   

Mission Statement

Our mission is to establish and maintain effective partnerships within the Live Oak Community by building a stronger, more vibrant, livable, and economically sustainable redevelopment area that provides an enhanced quality of life for both residents and businesses while preserving our historical and cultural heritage.

We will accomplish this through 4 main goals:

  • Outreach to residents and businesses in the redevelopment area for input and collaboration.
  • Promotion of the district in order to attract quality investment.
  • Identification of viable projects which will have both an immediate and long-term positive effects.
  • Implementation of these projects in a feasible, yet timely, manner
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