The Former Redevelopment Agency of the City of Long Beach Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011 is now available. Click here to view report.
Pursuant to AB 1X 26 and AB 1484, the draft Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) for the period of January 1 through June 30, 2013 is now available. Click here to view the ROPS.
The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency (RDA) is dissolved as of February 1, 2012 pursuant to State legislation AB 1X 26. This website remains intact for historical reference purposes and will be used by the City of Long Beach as Successor Agency (to the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency of the City of Long Beach) to provide information related to the dissolution and winding down of the RDA. This website will be updated to provide additional information.
For more information on the disposition of former RDA-owned properties, call (562) 570-6615, or email RDA@longbeach.gov.
|The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency has been instrumental in the revitalization of our great City for more than 50 years. In this final Annual Report, we would like to acknowledge and express our gratitude to all those who supported our efforts. The work we have accomplished over the years would not have been possible without the support we received from our community partners. Together, we Built a Better Long Beach.|
Click here to view the report.
Pursuant to AB 1X 26, attached is the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency's Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule.
To view the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency EOPS, please click here.
|LBDS has released the Corridor Investment Projects publication, which documents many of the public investments made along the City's commercial corridors within the past fifteen years. |
To view the publication, click here.
|The Arts Council for Long Beach has honored the RDA with the James H. Ackerman Award for supporting arts and culture throughout the city for more than 20 years. The award was presented at the 2011 Distinguished Arts Awards earlier this month.|
To view a video from the awards ceremony, please click here.
|The Department of Development Services has released a "Benefits of Redevelopment in Long Beach" brochure. This brochure highlights the benefits of redevelopment as an essential tool for improving our City, and depicts what is at risk to Long Beach, such as the potential loss of $89.5 million in funds to be used towards planned public improvement projects over the next three years.|
To view the brochure, click here.
Since 1961, the
(LBRDA) carried out the mission of enhancing the quality of life by improving blighted areas of Long Beach, revitalizing neighborhoods, promoting economic development, creating jobs, providing affordable housing and encouraging citizen participation.
LBRDA Built a
Better Long Beach.