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Cleveland TIF District

The Cleveland Avenue district, divided into four subdistricts, was established in 1998 for the purpose of commercial redevelopment. The boundaries generally include one block on either side of the road from Edison Avenue to the Fort Myers city limits at Page Field. In December 2010, the 2010 Cleveland Avenue Redevelopment Plan (2010 Plan) was adopted. The 2010 Plan updated the district's original 1998 plan, since many of the original goals were completed or outdated. The goal of the 2010 Plan is to improve the appearance of the corridor and to encourage private investment and quality redevelopment. The 2010 Plan provides guidance on how funds from the four existing redevelopment districts along Cleveland Avenue should be spent to improve the corridor. Several projects highlighted in the 2010 Plan, such as grant programs, bike patrol details, and capital projects, are already underway.


  • 2010 CLEVELAND AVENUE
    REDEVELOPMENT PLAN

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  • LANDSCAPE/FAÇADE
    MATCHING GRANT

    Program Application

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