Village of Palm Springs Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

Palm Springs CRA

On September 16, 2019, the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners adopted Resolution No. R2019-1463 delegating the exercise of powers conferred by Chapter 163, Part III, Florida Statutes, "The Community Redevelopment Act of 1969" to the Village Council of the Village of Palm Springs, with the conditions outlined in an Interlocal Agreement.​ 

As a result, the Village Council adopted Ordinance No. 2019-19 establishing the Palm Springs CRA with two (2) separate districts - Congress Avenue District (221 acres) and the Lake Worth Road District (291 acres).

CRA Boundary

The entire CRA encompasses approximately 512 acres.  The two districts of the Palm Springs CRA can be viewed via the following link: 

Annual Report 2020

  • To view the 2020 annual report please click here

Redevelopment Plan

  • Based on community input, this redevelopment plan summarizes the CRA's physical and economic conditions and the challenges and opportunities facing the community; Redevelopment strategies and an Implementation plan are Included that will enable the Village of Palm Springs to stimulate and encourage economic development, provide Increased public amenities, improve pedestrian/bicycle safety and effectively manage redevelopment within the CRA to realize the Village's vision and long-term community goals. Short-term (up to two years) and long-term (up to ten years) capital improvement projects and other programs/activities are Identified as a means of addressing these issues in a way that will maximize leveraging of local, state and federal resources In the implementation of this plan. This community redevelopment plan supports the redevelopment of the Palm Springs CRA and is written In compliance with Chapter 163.362, F.S.

Resources for Small Businesses in Florida 

(Dealing with Impacts from COVID-19)

Prepared by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council can be accessed via this link

U.S. Small Business Administration resources