The Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority's Mission is to enhance and stimulate balanced economic growth through position marketing activities that engage Downtown businesses, residents and visitors while creating a clean, safe, physical and experiential place to live work and invest. The Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was created by Resolution as a dependent district of the City of Delray Beach in 1971 by state legislature. The main areas of involvement in downtown redevelopment include: Marketing and Promotion of the Downtown DDA district, business development, security and crime, clean & safe, traffic and parking, physical improvements, reviewing the City comprehensive plan within the DDA boundaries, housing and improvements of coordination with local boards and City departments. The district is made up of 340 acres east of I-95. The boundaries of the DDA district are from Interstate 95 east on Atlantic Avenue to Swinton Ave, one block on either side, Swinton to US 1, to NE 4th St, SE 3rd St, US 1 to ICW, ICW to the high tide mark. The area is a blend of commercial, residential, city and county property.
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