The Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency was created by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on March 14, 2000 by Resolution 2000-82. The Agency has two redevelopment areas: The Bayshore/Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Area (BGTCRA) and Immokalee Community Redevelopment Area. The BGTCRA is comprised of approximately 1,800 acres with a wide range of residential and commercial properties. To improve the coordination and efficiency of project management, the BGTCRA took over the management of the Bayshore Beautification MSTU in 2009 and the Haldeman Creek Dredging MSTU in 2010.
May 7, 2019 CRA Advisory Board Meeting – Download Agenda Packet
May 8, 2019 Bayshore Beautification MSTU Advisory Board Meeting – Download Agenda Packet
May 16, 2019 Haldeman Creek MSTU Advisory Board Meeting – Download Agenda Packet
Redevelopment Plan Update:
In 2000, the Board of County Commissioners adopted the Collier County Community Redevelopment Plan and after 19 years of steady improvements in the area, the CRA approved updating the plan to review the current conditions and establish a vision for the next 20 years. In January 2018, Board approved a contract with TOA Design Group to update the plan. Over the past year, there have been several community meetings, stakeholder interviews and public forums to draft the proposed amendment. At the February 5, 2019 CRA Advisory Board Meeting, after review and discussion the Advisory Board recommended approval of the proposed amendment. The amendment is scheduled to be presented to the Collier County Planning Commission on March 21, 2019. To view a strike-through and underline version of the proposed plan amendment please click on the link below:
Collier County Redevelopment Plan – February 21, 2019 Version – View PDF
On March 26, 2019 the Board of County Commissioners is scheduled to consider adoption of a Resolution to approve the plan amendment. To view the draft resolution along with Attachment A please click on the links below:
Draft Resolution: Attachment A: Collier County Community Redevelopment Plan as amended – View PDF
As part of the Redevelopment Plan review, the land development regulations have also been reviewed. A draft of potential land development code regulations will be presented at the February 19 CRA Advisory Board meeting: To review the draft document please click on the link below:
Bayshore CRA Regulatory Opportunities – View PDF
17 Acre Cultural Survey
The Bayshore Gateway Triangle CRA is currently in the process of updating its CRA Plan (Plan) to articulate a unified vision while identifying new redevelopment strategies, projects, and programs. In concert with this plan update, the CRA is evaluating the 17.89 Acre catalyst site known as the Cultural Arts Village at Bayshore. The CRA owned property provides an opportunity to help set the vision for the community. A community survey was taken and over 750 people responded. Please CLICK HERE to review the results of the survey.
Mini Triangle Catalyst Project:
The sale of the 5.27 acre catalyst project continues to move forward. In 2018, the rezoning and comprehensive plan amendment was approved. In addition, the Board approved the Cell Tower Agreement with Crown Castle setting the terms and conditions to decommission, demolish and remove the existing tower on the property and terminate the lease in advance of 2024. Closing on the property was contingent on the removal of the tower. Based on the purchase agreement, the closing is expected in April 2019.
Fire Suppression Phase 2 CDBG Grant Award – The Bayshore Gateway Triangle CRA received notice that the project was awarded $227,960 to continue improving fire safety in the community by increasing water pressure and installing fire hydrants along Becca Avenue and Pine Street. The project is a partnership with the City of Naples. The City will be contributing approximately $332,000 plus design and engineering services. CDBG Agreements are scheduled for consideration at the September 11 BCC Meeting. Phase 1 was completed in April 2018 with the assistance of a $330,000 CDBG grant and $190,282 contribution by the City of Naples. Phase 1 improvements were completed along Gordon Avenue, Collee Court, and Peter Drive.