RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 28, 2015) – The Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency’s Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report was named as the best in the state by the Florida Redevelopment Association at its annual 2014 Roy F. Kenzie Award ceremony in Tampa. The Annual Report details the CRA’s accomplishments in 2014 as “A “Groundbreaking Year,” including the commencement of construction to transform the Riviera Beach Marina, a series of improvement and beautification projects in the Riviera Beach Heights neighborhood, and the launch of the Clean and Safe Ambassador Program.
“It’s an honor to see the accounting of our successes receive such a noteworthy award,” said Tony Brown, Executive Director of the Riviera Beach CRA. “Many of these projects we’ve been planning for a long time, and 2014 was the year where all the pieces of the puzzle started coming together.”
Designed by the O’Donnell Agency in West Palm Beach, the Annual Report shows a community “Growing Strong” through partnerships created between businesses, residents and non-profit agencies, and shows stakeholders how these partnerships are improving outcomes for the next generation of Riviera Beach residents. The use of a flower design on the cover paints a picture of the growth underway throughout the CRA District and the pictures indicate the beneficiaries of that growth.
The 2014 Annual Report can be viewed at rbcra.com/annual-report/