Monroe Redevelopment Authority
City of Monroe Redevelopment Authority Mission Statement & Goals
The mission of the Redevelopment Authority is to encourage well-planned, integrated, stable, safe and healthful neighborhoods, through the reinvestment in neighborhood development, the fostering, and promotion of business expansion and job creation, and the facilitation of new business and housing development.
Collaborate – Collaborate with local and regional partners (organizations, businesses, developers, etc) to reach common goals and enhance the City’s position with local, regional, and State housing and employment markets. Collaboration shall also include working with elected officials to solidify and standardize the redevelopment process within the community.
Preserve – Preserve the history of the downtown and near downtown homes by leveraging the protections of structures and the local identity in the community. New and redevelopment projects should be sensitive to the location and the community context.
Promote Catalyst Projects– Promote and support redevelopment projects through property restoration, acquisition, redevelopment, and new development efforts within the redevelopment area boundaries to promote a thriving downtown and near downtown areas.
Housing Stabilization and Growth – Encourage, incentivize, and facilitate the development, redevelopment, and restoration of single-family, multi-family, owner-occupied, renter-occupied, and senior housing in the community.
- Locally Funded Revolving Loan Fund Program Manual
- Attachment 1 - Revolving Loan Fund Application
- Attachment 2 - Application Attachment - Business Profile
- Attachment 3 - Example of Revolving Loan Fund Letter
- Attachment 4 - Example of Business Loan Agreement Between the City and Company
- Attachment 5 - Example of Promissory Note
- Attachment 6 - Sample Loan Closing Documentation Checklist
- Attachment 7 - Example of Business Plan Outline
Informational Public Forums
With the support of Monroe Main Street and the Monroe Chamber of Commerce, the City recently held a series of public forums to address the benefits of Redevelopment Authorities and gather feedback to assist with the creation of programs to incorporate into the Redevelopment Project Plan.
- Power Point Presentation - City of Monroe Redevelopment Authority
- Redevelopment Project Area No. 1 Boundary Map (Approved by City Council on 01/21/19)
- Draft Redevelopment Project Plan (Public hearings on 03/06/2019 and 03/20/2019; Council Approval on 04/01/2019; RDA Certification of Project Plan on 04/03/2019)
- Powerpoint Presentation from Public Hearings
Commissioners & Term Expiration
- Michael Boyce, Chairperson (2023)
- Phil Rath, Vice-Chairperson (2024)
- Dave Wartenweiler (2024)
- Ron Spielman (2020)
- Ryan ZIltner (2020)
- Charles Koch (2021)
- Ron Markham (2022)
The RDA is comprised of seven members of the community involved in enhancing the economic vitality of the city through their professional and/or civic affiliations. RDA members are appointed by the Mayor to a 5-year term and approved by the Monroe Common Council.
Director of Community Development
Redevelopment Authority Executive Director