ABOUT THE QUINCY COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
The Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency (Quincy C.R.A.) was created on December 8, 1998 by the City of Quincy, Florida, City Ordinances 896 and 982, to help in its redevelopment efforts. The purpose of the Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency is to remove slum and blight by enhancing the tax base and economy of the City within the C.R.A. District. The Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency’s goal is to implement the vision for the City of Quincy through dialogue between its residents, business leaders, community stakeholders and the City Commission. The Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency’s vision is to create a unique small-town. Enhancing neighborhoods and creating a vibrant downtown center, while being fiscally responsible and having a diverse population and business community is our mission.
The Quincy Redevelopment Agency district is located primarily within the City limits on the southern side of U.S. Highway 90, between Ralph Strong Road to the east and Atlanta Street to the west. The Gadsden County Courthouse square and three neighborhoods north of Highway 90 are also included.
The Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency operates pursuant to Chapter 163, Part III, Florida Statutes as amended. The C.R.A. revenue source is through Tax Increment Financing.
Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency creation ordinances
Ordinance No. 896 and 982
Chapter 163, Part III, Florida Statutes
The City of Quincy Community Redevelopment Agency’s Annual Financial Report
Florida Department of Financial Services – Local Government Financial Reporting
City of Quincy Audit Report
For the year ended September 30, 2017
Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees
Florida Commission on Ethics
Robert Nixon, Interim Manager
Mailing address: 404 West Jefferson Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
Phone: (850) 627-9231