Flagler Estates

The Flagler Estates Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) were created to enhance the economic factors and reduce the items that contribute to slum and blight as defined in the Community Redevelopment Act of 1969, Chapter 163, part III, Florida Statutes.

The CRA plan was prepared utilizing input from the community to create redevelopment programs that address the priorities expressed in public meetings of the Flagler Estates Road and Water Control District and Flagler Estates Civic Association. The primary redevelopment project for the Flagler Estates Redevelopment Area is to provide infrastructure to support development of road and drainage projects. This plan also includes programs to address related community needs such as recreation facilities, street and traffic signage and other priority issues identified by members of the community.

The program and redevelopment tools created for the Flagler Estates area will be prioritized based on continued community input and future revenues available for redevelopment from tax increment financing, County funding, grants, and other public or private resources. The tax increment mechanism established for this area provides dedicated revenue for a thirty-year period. The redevelopment program section of this plan should be considered the “tool box” with which to create and implement redevelopment projects.

The Flagler Estates area is located in both St. Johns and Flagler Counties with approximately 5,449 lots located in St. Johns County and 1,935 located in Flagler County. Boundary Map

Flagler Estates Steering Committee

David Williams
Chairperson
chairmancra@earthlink.net

Lila Lane
Co-Chairperson
lilaslane@bellsouth.net

Candy Nelson
Secretary
fecrcsec@yahoo.com

 

You can contact the Steering Committee via email @ fecrcsec@yahoo.com.