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2012 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funded Activities

Public Facilities and Capital Improvements

Economic Development

Public Services

Affordable Housing

Public Facilities and Capital Improvements

Facilities Improvements

  • Senior Center Renovations
    Renovation of City of West Miami Senior Center. 901 SW 62 Avenue, West Miami, FL 33144
    City of West Miami

  • City of NMB Public Library Roof Replacement and Facility Upgrades
    Rehabilitation of the City of North Miami Beach Public Library (roof replacement, new flooring and bathroom remodeling) serving low- to moderate-income at-risk youths, adults, seniors and adolescent populations.
    1601 NE 164 Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162
    City of North Miami Beach (NMB)

  • Alpha & Omega Day Care Center
    Rehabilitation of playground area, e.g., installation of shade ports, replacement of playground equipment and installation of rubber surface. Servicing 50 low- to moderate-income children.
    7800 SW 56 Street, Miami, FL 33155
    Latin Missions Ministries, LLC.

  • West Perrine Health Center Expansion
    Rehabilitation of  the West Perrine Health Center.
    18255 Homestead Avenue, Miami, FL 33157
    Community Health of South Florida, Inc.

  • Miami Beach Senior Center
    Capital Improvements to Senior Facility, including drainage improvements, roof replacement, and resurfacing of parking lot.
    610 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, FL  33139
    Jewish Community Services of South Florida, Inc.

  • Facilities Improvements
    Addresses up to 170 graffiti violations by undertaking graffiti removal in the NRSAs and Eligible Block Groups (EBGs).
    Public Works & Waste Management

  • GMSC Graffiti Abatement Program
    Provide daily graffiti control and eradication on private and public properties serving 16 sites throughout the CDBG NRSAs
    Community Action and Human Services -- Greater Miami Service Corps

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Infrastructure Improvements

  • Lift Station 11B Rehabilitation
    Rehabilitation of Lift Station 11B to include installation of new pump, upgrading of wet wells, and new control panel systems.
    780 Fisherman Street, Opa-locka, FL 33054
    City of Opa-locka

  • Rehabilitation of Lift Station 11C
    Design study for the rehabilitation of Lift Station 11C to include installation of new pump, upgrading of wet wells, and new control panel systems.
    NW 135 Street and NW 32 Avenue, Opa-locka, FL 33054
    City of Opa-locka

  • Broadway Avenue Development Initiative
    Infrastructure Improvements to the NW 18th Avenue Corridor, from NW 62nd Street to NW 71st Street.
    Public Works & Waste Management

  • Floral Park Infrastructure Improvements
    Improvements to the Floral Park residential area, including street resurfacing, drainage, sidewalk, and landscape improvements.  Activity located in Model City NRSA in census tract 18.01, blocks 1 and 2.
    Public Works & Waste Management

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Park Improvements

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Roadway Resurfacing

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Sidewalk Improvements

- Sidewalk Improvements -- SW 80th Street from SW 150th Avenue to SW 152nd Avenue
- Sidewalk Improvements -- SW 80th Street from SW 154th Avenue to SW 157nd Avenue
- Sidewalk Improvements -- SW 157th Avenue from SW 72nd Street to SW 80th Street
- Sidewalk Improvements -- SW 154th Avenue from SW 72nd Street to SW 80th Street
- Sidewalk Improvements -- Eligible Block Groups in the City of Hialeah Gardens

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Economic Development

Microenterprise Lending Programs

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Technical Assistance to Businesses Program

  • Technical Assistance to For-Profit Businesses
    Neighbors and Neighbors Association, Inc. will provide a Mom & Pop Small Business Technical Assistance Program, e.g., workshops, one-on-one counseling - countywide and create 3 jobs.
  • Technical Assistance for Entrepreneurs & Micro Lending
    The Black Economic Development Coalition, Inc. d/b/a Tools For Change will provide technical assistance to small business owners and recipients of loans from micro-enterprise loan program, e.g., workshops, financial management, business taxation, etc. serving all 8 NRSAs and create 2 jobs.
  • West Perrine Farmer's Market
    Neighbors and Neighbors Association, Inc. will operate an open-air Farmer's Market to be known as the West Perrine Community Farmer's Market, to provide direct technical assistance and microenterprise loans to MOM and POP businesses.
  • Economic Development Technical Assistance
    Dynamic Community Development Corporation (CDC) will provide technical assistance to 13 small businesses e.g., business startup, planning, accounting, financing and marketing skill training and create 1 job.
  • North Dade Community Technical Assistance to Businesses (TATB)
    The North Dade Community Development Federal Credit Union will provide technical assistance, training, and micro loan to small businesses and create 3 jobs.
  • Technical Assistance to For-Profit Businesses
    Hialeah-Dade Development, Inc. will provide businesses technical assistance that includes loan packaging assistance, consulting, etc. and create a minimum of 6 jobs.

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Business Incubator Assistance Program

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Public Services

Crime Prevention and Public Safety

  • Diversion Programs
    Provide service delivery cost for assessment and screening, individualized performance plans, and case management services to at-risk youths who have been pre-arrested and/or arrested in Miami-Dade County.  This program will serve low-to-moderate income juveniles living in CDBG eligible block groups. 
    275 NW 2nd Street, Miami, FL  33128
    Miami-Dade Juvenile Services

  • Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime
    Provide specialized assessments and treatment alternatives to 168 low-to-moderate income individuals referred by and involved in the criminal justice system in Miami-Dade County.
    Community Action and Human Services

  • Advocates for Victims
    Provide outreach and intervention assistance to victims of violent and domestic crimes who are low-to-moderate income persons and households; and, temporary shelter to victims and dependents.
    Community Action and Human Services

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Education Programs

  • Sister Circle Mentoring Program
    Provide year-round mentoring program after school and summer programs for 19 at-risk girls.
    6015 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
    World Literacy Crusade of FL, Inc.

  • Youth Leadership Program
    Provide services to a minimum of 7 youths (ages 6 - 18), e.g., academic tutoring, social skill development, life skills, nutrition/hygiene, in Model City NRSA.
    2171 NW 56 Street, Miami, FL 33142
    Hosanna Community Foundation, Inc.

  • Pre-Reading and Pre-Writing Services
    Provide 93 low-income children (ages 3-5) pre-reading and prewriting readiness instruction, in eligible block groups located within Districts 6, 10 and 12.
    6741 SW 24th Street, Suite 31, Miami, FL 33155
    Llirraf'O, Inc. d/b/a O'Farrill Learning Center

  • Education Services, Middle School, grades 5 through 8
    Provide special education program services for low-to-moderate income families to address educational programs for children with learning difficulties, gifted students in need of special assistance in Model City & West Little River NRSAs.
    8500 NW 25 Avenue, Miami, FL 33143 and 1241 NW 88 Street, Miami, FL 33147
    Urban League of Greater Miami, Inc. and Adv. Learning Center Prep. School & Co., Inc.

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Employment Services

  • Employment Assistance Center
    Provide employment and training services for a minimum of 10 low- to moderate-income persons.
    780 Fisherman Street, Suite #130, Opa-locka, FL 33054
    Youth CO-OP, Inc.

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Homeless Services

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Recreational Services

  • Teen Up-Ward Bound Sports Enrichment Camp
    Provide youth services and recreational activities using sports as a tool to demonstrate team-work and self-esteem skills.  Teams of basketball and track and field students will benefit from basic life skills training.
    3869 NW 125 Street, Opa-locka, FL 33054
    Teen Up-Ward Bound, Inc.

  • After School Program
    Provide after-school program for youth (ages 4 -18) in partnership with Miami-Dade County Park and Recreation Department. 
    11025 SW 223 Street, Goulds FL 33170
    The Optimist Foundation of Greater Goulds, Florida Inc.

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Senior Citizen Services

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Affordable Housing

  • Housing Rehabilitation
    Rehabilitation of single-family housing units within the boundaries of the South Miami NRSA.
    Multiple addresses in the South Miami NRSA target area.
    Community Action and Human Services
  • Homebuyer Education and Counseling Services
    Provide Homebuyer counseling and education services to a minimum of 133 low-to-moderate income residents with follow-up one-on-one counseling session with a certified housing counselor in preparation for becoming a homeowner.
    945 Pennsylvania Avenue, 2nd Floor, Miami Beach, FL  33139-5482
    Miami Beach Community Development Corporation
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