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Redevelopment Commission

Redevelopment Commission

Responsibilities, Petitions, & Other Resources

Created by local ordinance, as permitted under Indiana Code 36-7 (’76 Code, ยง10-32), the mission of the Redevelopment Commission is to promote and encourage business growth and expansion while appropriating land use and improvements within the City of Alexandria. In doing so, they facilitate discussions on economic development issues, provide land use and development information to local elected and appointed officials, and provide public input on development, land use, and other economic development issues. The commission also establishes the city’s Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts.

This department utilizes the City Redevelopment Plans to develop various projects aimed at redevelopment in the City. The Executive Director coordinates the planning process between the Commission and various City Staff and is responsible for developing a budget for approved projects. The Executive Director works with the Mayor to seek grant funding for a project when appropriate.


  • 5:45 PM
  • Fourth Monday of each month
  • Emery Lee Auditorium in Beula Park

Agenda and Minutes

Agendas are available prior to Redevelopment Commission Meetings.  Minutes are also available once approved by the Redevelopment Commission.  Request of approved minutes can be made to the Clerk-Treasurer's office.

Redevelopment Commission Members

Three members are appointed annually by the Mayor. Two of the five voting Commission members are appointed by and from the City Council, and one non-voting member is appointed by the Mayor from the school board. State law grants this department the ability to authorize bonds and utilize tax increment financing (TIF) to carry out specific projects within the City of Alexandria under the TIF plan. For more information or questions, please contact Alan Moore.

Mike LatchawJeff MontgomeryLindsey CuneoRachel YoungAmy McCurryPenny Stevens
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