1601 NW 136 Avenue, Building A
Sunrise, FL 33323
Phone: (954) 572-2315
Fax: (954) 578-4768
This Redevelopment & Grants Division coordinates the City's redevelopment efforts, from planning and financing through the implementation phase, and is charged with overall program monitoring. In addition, the team is responsible for seeking out available Federal, State and local grant programs; coordinating the necessary application functions; monitoring and administering grants; and serving as project liaison with the public, user departments and various agency administrators throughout the process.
All residents have the right to rent or buy housing, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or familial status. If you feel you are a victim of housing discrimination, call the discrimination complaint hotline toll-free at (800) 440-8091 or, if using a Telecommunication Device for the Deaf, (404) 730-2656. For more information, please call (954) 572-2315.
Programs for Homeowners
The Redevelopment & Grants Division coordinates a variety of programs designed to assist Sunrise homeowners. For details, please view our Homeowners Assistance Programs page.
Public Service Programs
Community Development, in cooperation with the Leisure Services Department, currently administers two programs available to City of Sunrise senior citizens:
- The Medical Transportation Program provides by-appointment transportation services to medical appointments for the disadvantaged elderly.
The Redevelopment and Grants Division in recent years for the City has solicited funding for programs designed to facilitate safer mobility, improve roadway drainage, and provide a more pleasant roadway environment. Funding has been awarded for City projects on West Oakland Park Boulevard, University Drive and Sunset Strip - covering such improvements as landscaping, sidewalks, swale drainage and irrigation.
Grants from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) have provided Recreation and Open Space grants so that local governmental entities may acquire, develop and/or preserve land for public outdoor recreation. In recent years, FRDAP funds have been awarded to the City for Oscar Wind Park, Sawgrass Sanctuary Park, and the Civic Center Family/Instructional Swimming Pool project.