CITY OF OCALA COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAMS

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1 CITY OF OCALA COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAMS One of the statutory functions of a Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is to undertake activities that facilitate the redevelopment and improvement of properties. Incentive programs aimed at encouraging private investment into properties have proven to be a successful activity to carry out this redevelopment function. In an effort to encourage private investment into commercial properties, the Ocala CRA has created Commercial Property Improvement Grant programs for the four CRA subareas. The program addresses key statutorily defined blight conditions that currently exist in the CRA including falling lease rates, vacant or underutilized commercial space, obsolete or substandard interior spaces, inadequate life safety and/or accessibility provisions, and deteriorating or inappropriate facades. Additionally, the appearance and use of buildings and structures is the basis of the public s overall impression of Ocala as it plays an important role in marketing Ocala as a special place. Improving the physical appearance and use of buildings will promote the attraction and retention of business operations and promote economic growth. There are four subareas of the Ocala Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Downtown North Magnolia West Ocala East Ocala Note: This grant program is currently being developed. Each subarea has a grant program. All grant programs follow the same general process and requirements. Each program has a separate budget and a slightly different framework, in terms of grant amounts and eligibility requirements. HOW TO GET STARTED Step 1: Eligible Grant Areas: To find out if your property is within a CRA grant area, click here: A color-coded map of the CRA subareas will open-up. Enter your address or parcel ID# to see if the property is within a CRA grant eligible area. Step 2: Once you know what CRA grant area your property is in, refer to the Grant Program Summary sheet of that subarea at the end of this document to learn about: Grant Amounts; Improvements eligible for a grant; Other eligibility requirements of that program. Step 3: Call or CRA staff with questions: Gus Gianikas, CRA Manager, (352) Page 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Eligibility and General Requirements 3 II. Application Materials 5 III. Application Submittal and Review Process 5 IV. Application Evaluation 6 V. Reimbursement 7 Application Form 8 Scope of Work Checklist 10 General Conditions 12 Applicant & Owner Signature Page 13 Downtown CRA & DDD Grant Program Summary 14 West Ocala CRA Grant Program Summary 17 North Magnolia CRA Grant Program Summary 23 Page 2

3 I. Eligibility and General Requirements (a) Eligible Applicants - Applicants for the Program can be either the property owner or tenant. A tenant must provide a signed form from the property owner allowing the tenant to apply for the grant and make improvement to the property. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Ineligible Properties - The following types of property are not eligible without City Council approval: 1. Tax delinquent property 2. Property in litigation 3. Property in condemnation or receivership 4. Property or tenants with outstanding financial obligations to the City. Eligible Areas - The building or property must be located within a grant area in one of the Ocala CRA four subareas and have the proper zoning. See Subarea Grant Summary sheet at end of this document. Ineligible business. See the Subarea Grant Summary Sheet at end of this document for the list of businesses excluded from the grant program. Places of worship and residential rental properties are not considered as businesses for the purpose of this grant. Ineligible Work: 1. Grants cannot be used to correct outstanding code violations in an active code enforcement case. 2. Except as noted in the Subarea Grant Summary sheets, routine maintenance procedures, such as painting or minor repairs to existing materials, will not, alone, be eligible for a grant, but may be a component of a larger project. (Routine maintenance is defined as minor work to a building or structure, for which a building permit is not required by law, where the purpose and effect of such work is to correct any deterioration or decay of or damage to a structure or any part thereof and to restore the structure or part thereof, as nearly as may be practicable, to its condition prior to the occurrence of such deterioration, decay or damage.) Only project construction costs are eligible for the grant programs. Design and permitting costs are not eligible for the grant programs. Owners with multiple properties can apply for a grant for each property. All work done must be in accordance with the City of Ocala Code of Ordinances and all required permits and City inspections must be obtained. Only work begun after approval by the Ocala CRA (CRA) will be eligible for a grant. Work in progress or performed before approval will not be eligible. Any changes to the approved plan and work element will require a written request from the applicant and approval by the CRA in order to retain the grant. Staff will inspect work, following completion of project to confirm outcome as proposed. Grants may be subject to cancellation if not completed or significant progress has not been made by the project completion deadline. Requests for extensions will be considered Page 3

4 (l) only if made in writing and progress toward completion has been demonstrated. All work must comply with the program guidelines and be approved by the CRA. (m) The contractor(s) and subcontractor(s) must be licensed to work in the City of Ocala. The City does not warrant or assume responsibility for any issues arising between the applicant and its contractor(s) or subcontractor(s). (n) Organizations that own property on which property taxes are not collected or that have not contributed to the CRA Tax Increment Financing Fund (TIFF) are eligible to apply for grants, except for the Downtown Development district Grant; however, properties on which property taxes are collected or have contributed to the TIFF will take priority over those that do not, when ranked for funding. (o) Applicants will agree that improvements made using these funds will stay in place for a minimum of five years. If improvements are replaced or removed within five years, the grant recipient must pay a pro-rata share of the grant proceeds invested in the project for the number of months remaining. For example: if $15,000 is reimbursed and improvements are replaced or removed during month 33 of the 60 month period the recipient pays the City back $6,750 (Calculated as follows: 60 months - 33 months = 27 months remaining; 27 months divided by 60 months = 45% which is the pro-rata percentage. Multiply the reimbursed amount by the pro-rata percentage to calculate the payback amount ($15,000 x 45% = $6,750)). Previous improvements funded by a CRA grant are not eligible for a new grant to alter the improvements within five (5) years of completion, unless the previous grant is payed back as specified above. (p) Owners or merchants who are in the contracting business and intend for their company to perform work on their own properties or businesses, must furnish at least 2 proposals other than their own for the work to be done. (q) Owners and merchants (as private individuals) may perform work on their own buildings, as provided by law (contact City Building Official for determination); however, they will not be reimbursed for their time while acting as contractor and/or installing material. Material cost and the labor of employees are reimbursable; however, documentation must be produced for the number of hours worked on the project by the employees, the rate of pay, the employee s social security numbers, etc. Any contract over $2,000 is subjected to Federal Labor standards; therefore, the contractor s employees must be paid the prevailing wage rate. (r) The applicant may be required to obtain a building permit for certain types of construction work. Building permit fees are based upon the value of work. Applicants should call the Building Division at (352) , if they are interested in receiving an estimate of those fees. (s) (t) The American with Disabilities Act requires some handicap upgrades when a building permit is required. Please contact the Building Division about possible additional costs and include these in your submittal. Any eligible property owners who intend to pursue State or Federal tax incentives, or Page 4

5 energy rebates should contact the appropriate agency prior to beginning the application process. If a Federal Historic Preservation Tax Credit is to be pursued, the project must meet all 10 standards of the Secretary of the Interior s Standards for Rehabilitation. References to such intentions should be included in the grant application. II. Application Materials (a) Application packages must include enough documentation to illustrate the visual impact of the project and its cost. Failure to provide required information may delay the review process or cause the application to be ineligible. The following items are required to be submitted: 1. A completed application form. 2. Proof of Ownership or Option to Buy/Leasehold Agreement for at least five years. 3. Color photographs of the existing conditions. 4. Accurate scaled drawings of the proposed improvements. Construction documents do not need to be submitted until project is approved by the CRA and submitted for permitting. 5. Project Schedule 6. Project budget, showing detailed estimates for all work items. Do not include any design or permitting costs in the project estimate. 7. At least 2 competitive bid proposals from contractors (licensed within the City of Ocala). These proposals should provide a detailed list of the work to be completed, a detailed breakdown of the costs, and the project schedule. 8. Manufacturer s literature and specifications for windows, doors, etc. Samples of materials may be included or may be requested during the review process. 9. Any other documentation necessary to illustrate the visual impact of the proposed project. 10. Provide proof of property or liability content insurance (as applicable) 11. Demonstrate source of funding and ability to meet the financial obligations of the program. Applicant funding may include a bank loan, line of credit, equity, or any combination thereof. In addition, startup business applicants must also submit a copy of their business plan. III. Application Submittal and Review Process (a) Applications must be submitted to the CRA Manager in the Growth Management Department, 201 SE Third Street, Ocala, FL 34471, for review and determination of eligibility of improvements. The property owner(s) as well as the applicant must sign the application agreeing to the General Conditions, set forth therein. (b) City Staff will review, document, and determine if the application meets all eligibility requirements and is sufficiently complete to review. Staff will meet with applicant to Page 5

6 review completed application and complete a walk-through of building interior. (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Applications deemed complete will be reviewed by the Grant Review Committee and the CRA Advisory Committee to recommend if the project should receive a grant and if so, recommend the amount of the award. The Ocala CRA Board makes the final determination if a grant is approved. The determination is based on the evaluation criteria in Section IV Application Evaluation. The CRA will notify the applicant/property owner in writing of award approval. Work cannot begin until applicant has received a written notice from the CRA indicating the grant has been approved. If Construction Permits are required, permit applications for work funded by a grant must be submitted to the City of Ocala Building Department no later than 60 days after receiving the grant approval. One 60-day extension may be granted upon a written request from the property owner. Any deviation from the approved plan must be reviewed and approved by the CRA. City staff will review progress during renovation process. Upon completion of work, city staff will walk-through building to verify compliance with project application. Final inspection will take place concurrently by Building Department. IV. Application Evaluation After an application has been deemed to meet all eligibility requirements, the application will be evaluated and a grant may be awarded based on the following criteria. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Does proposed project include the priority work elements of the CRA subarea grant program? What is the ratio of public to private investment? If property has received a previous grant for improvements. Will the grant result in an improvement that would not be made otherwise? What is the number and type of jobs being created? For residential projects, number and type of units being created. What will be the business hours of operation? Is this property the company's corporate headquarters? (h) Is proposed business on list of target businesses as defined by Gibbs Study, 2013? Restaurant, Apparel, Shoes & Jewelry, Jr. Department Stores, Book & Music Stores, Specialty Food, Florists, Electronic & Appliances Page 6

7 V. Reimbursement (a) Upon submission of complete documentation, reimbursement will be made to the applicant. Submissions shall include: 1. invoices for all work performed, with details of work clearly expressed; 2. copies of cancelled checks; 3. paid receipts for all labor materials; and, 4. lien waivers from all contractor(s) and sub-contractors. (b) Reimbursement shall be made according to the requirements of each grant program. (c) The City reserves the right to refuse reimbursement of expenditures in whole or in part for work that: 1. Does not conform to the program guidelines. 2. Does not conform to the proposal(s) submitted with the application and authorized by the CRA. 3. Is not commensurate with the workmanship and costs customary in the industry. 4. Is not completed within the established time frame (typically 6 to 12 months depending on the scope of the project). Since the CRA cannot reserve funds for projects indefinitely, projects may be subject to cancellation if not completed or if significant progress has not been made by the progress deadline. Requests for extensions will be considered only if made in writing and progress toward completion has been determined. (d) (e) 5. Staff will inspect work to ensure that it complies with the approved plans. Any changes to the approved plan will require a written request from the applicant and approval by the CRA in order to retain the grant. Reimbursement can be expected approximately 6 weeks after all of the following documentation has been submitted: 1. Copies of all paid invoices and cancelled checks for all of the work covered by the grant. These must equal at least the required matching amount plus the amount of the grant. Invoices must be marked paid, signed, and dated by the contractors. 2. Copies of the signed contracts with contractors chosen to do the work. 3. Copies of lien waivers from all general contractors, subcontractors, and major material suppliers. 4. Photographs of the completed project. 5. All necessary Federal Labor Standards materials from contractors. 6. All final inspections and/or certificate of occupancy from City Building Official.. 7. Active Business Tax Certificate. Projects that have received a grant prior to having secured tenants for rental spaces must have at least partial occupancy before a reimbursement will be processed. Page 7

8 CITY OF OCALA DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT AREA COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT APPLICATION (Completed application and all required attachments must be submitted) PROJECT INFORMATION Business / Project Name: Project Address: Parcel Number: APPLICANT INFORMATION Applicant s Name: Name of person to receive all correspondence if different from applicant: Applicant s Business Name (if applicable): Type of business: Applicant s Mailing Address: City: State: Zip: Phone number: Fax: E mail address: Applicant is the Property Owner Business Owner/Tenant How long has the business been at the current location? If renter, when does your current lease expire? Page 8

9 PROPERTY OWNER INFORMATION (if different from applicant) Property Owner s Name: Property Owner s Business Name (if applicable): Property Owner s Mailing Address: City: State: Zip: Phone number: Fax: E mail address: PROPERTY INFORMATION _ Is the property assessed Marion County property taxes? Are property taxes paid up to date? Y / N Is the property in condemnation or receivership? Y / N Is there an active City code enforcement case on the property? Is the building on the National Register of Historic Places Y / N Y / N Y / N PROJECT DESCRIPTION: If necessary, attach additional sheets addressing the following Describe the existing or proposed business. Explain the purpose of and need for the proposed improvements. Would the proposed improvements be made without the assistance of the grant program? If not, please explain. Number and types of jobs being created. What will be the business hours of operation? For projects with residential component - number and types of units being created. Page 9

10 PROJECT COSTS & SCHEDULE Estimated cost of project based on attached submitted low bid(s). How much funding assistance are you requesting? Anticipated start date: Anticipated completion date: SCOPE OF WORK CHECKLIST (Check all that apply) Downtown CRA [ ] Improvements to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disability Act. [ ] Improvements to meet the requirements of the National Fire Protection Act. [ ] Improvements to meet the life safety provisions of the Florida Building Code. [ ] Conversion of upper floor space Costs related to fixed tenant build-out improvements [ ] Flooring (tile, carpet or wood) [ ] Ceiling improvements [ ] Interior lighting improvements [ ] Electrical improvements [ ] Plumbing improvements [ ] HVAC system improvements [ ] Walls and structural elements [ ] Other improvements to comply with life safety & accessibility codes [ ] Façade improvements Downtown Development District Y / N Y / N Is the grant for a new retail or restaurant business not currently located in the Downtown Development District. (See Map) Is the grant for Tenant build-out work (fixed improvements) needed to convert the space to retail or restaurant use and meet codes related to change of use, i.e., improvements necessary to meet accessibility, fire, life safety, and other building codes; Reroofing and parking lot work is not eligible for the above grants. Page 10

11 West Ocala CRA [ ] Vacant building being converted to active use; [ ] ADA Accessibility [ ] Removal of bars from doors & windows [ ] Security systems incl. lighting, cameras and fencing [ ] Façade improvements (visible from street) incl. doors, windows and signage [ ] Demolitions [ ] Creation of new surface parking lot North Magnolia CRA [ ] Exterior painting/paint removal for the entire building Submit color sample. Paint color subject to approval by the committee. [ ] Exterior cleaning of the property/masonry repair/parking lot coating and striping [ ] Repair or replacement of front, side or rear facade details/materials - doors, walls, trim and lighting. Submit drawings and/or photos. [ ] Repair or replacement of windows for the entire building. Submit drawings and/or photos. [ ] New landscaping area (trees and shrubs) visible from the street/sidewalk. Submit landscape plan. [ ] New or replacement wall signage. Submit drawings and/or photos. [ ] New or replacement awnings for the entire building. Submit drawings and/or photos. [ ] Fencing. Submit drawings and/or photos. Reroofing is not eligible for this grant program. Page 11

12 GENERAL CONDITIONS It is expressly understood and agreed that the applicant shall be solely responsible for all safety conditions and compliance with all safety regulations, building codes, ordinances, and other applicable regulations. It is expressly understood and agreed that the applicant will not seek to hold the City of Ocala, the Grant Review Committee (Committee) and/or its agents, employees, board members, officers and/or directors liable for any property damage, personal injury, or other loss relating in any way to the Program. It is expressly understood and agreed that the applicant will hold harmless the City, its agents, officers, employees and attorneys for all costs incurred in additional investigation or study of, or for supplementing, redrafting, revising, or amending any document (such as an Environmental Impact Report, specific plan, or general plan amendment) if made necessary by said proceeding and if the applicant desires to pursue such approvals and/or clearances, after initiation of the proceeding, which are conditioned on the approval of these documents. The applicant authorizes the City of Ocala to promote any approved project including but not limited to displaying a sign at the site, during and after construction, and using photographs and descriptions of the project in City of Ocala materials and press releases. If the applicant fails to perform the work approved by the Committee, the City reserves the right to cancel the grant. The applicant also understands that any work started/completed before the application is approved by the Committee is done at their own risk, and that such work will jeopardize their grant award. Completion of this application by the applicant DOES NOT guarantee that grant monies will be awarded to the applicant. Page 12

13 Applicant I,, business owner/tenant of the building at, have read and understand the terms and conditions of the Program and agree to the general conditions and terms outlined in the application process and guidelines of the Program. Signature Date Owner Approval for Tenant Applicant I,, owner of the building at, have read and understand the terms and conditions of the Program and agree to the general conditions and terms outlined in the application process and guidelines of the Program. I give my consent to the applicant to move forward with improvements on the building as outlined in the Scope of Work section of this application. Signature Date 13

14 DOWNTOWN CRA COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY 3/19/18 Eligible Area Downtown CRA (CRA) See Map. Downtown Development District (DDD) See Map. Eligible Businesses Eligible Applicant Eligible Building Type Eligible Property Type Ineligible Properties New & existing businesses; Retail, office. Residential on upper floors. Taxable & non-taxable properties; however, taxable properties are priority. Property owner or business owner New retail or restaurant only. New business is one not currently located in DDD. Existing buildings; not for new construction Taxable Property. Contributes to ABC Districts property tax base Tax delinquent property; property in litigation; property in condemnation or receivership; property or tenants with outstanding financial obligations to City require City Council approval. Eligible work Priority work elements are: Priority work elements are: Fixed build-out improvements include: Walls & structural elements Electric, plumbing, HVAC Lighting interior & storefront Flooring & ceiling Kitchen equipment for restaurants Ineligible work 1. Improvements to meet Building Codes for Accessibility, Fire Protection, and Life Safety; 2. Conversion of upper floor space to residential; 3. Removal and replacement of inappropriate or incomplete exterior restoration of original façades, including installation of appropriate store front windows; must meet requirements of Form Based Code; 4. Other fixed improvements related to build-out or additions. Grant cannot be used to correct outstanding code violations; 1. Tenant build-out work (fixed improvements) needed to convert the space to retail or restaurant use and meet codes related to change of use, i.e., improvements necessary to meet accessibility, fire, life safety, and other building codes; 2. Storefront windows and entrances are eligible; must meet requirements of Form Based Code; 3. Other tenant build-out work. Routine maintenance procedures, such as painting or minor repairs to existing materials alone, are not eligible; for a grant, but may be a component of a larger project. Only work begun after approval by the Ocala CRA (CRA) will be eligible for a grant. Work in progress or performed before approval will not be eligible. 14

15 Other Ineligible Work Reroofing; parking lots work. Reroofing; parking lots work. Other Façade work, such as painting, signage, and awnings, is not eligible. Maximum Grant $25,000 $15,000 Required Match 1:1; 50% - 50% 1:1; 50% - 50% Design Guidelines Subject to Downtown Form Based Code Subject to Downtown Form Based Code Ineligible Businesses The following business do not fit the vision for downtown and as such are not eligible for either grant. Adult Oriented Businesses Tattoo Parlors/Shops Beauty Salons/Nail Shops on first floor Bail / Bonds Drug or Alcohol Treatment Facility Check Cashing Service Pawn Shops Used Clothing Consignment or Other Used Merchandise Auto Oriented Businesses Auto repair & services; gas stations Dollar or Discount Stores Bars; bars as part of restaurant are permissible but restaurant must be primary business Electronic or Vapor Cigarette Store Coordination of Downtown Grant Programs: The properties in the DDD districts are within the Downtown CRA and are eligible for both grants. The programs will be coordinated in the manner that the ABC grant will be used as supplement to the CRA grant for those properties in the ABC district. 1. There will be one application form and review process covering both programs. An application can be considered for both grants. 2. If the business space is in the ABC area and meets the Eligibility Criteria, it will be first considered for ABC grant. 15

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17 WEST OCALA CRA SUBAREA COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY 3/19/18 Eligible Area West Ocala CRA See Map. Target Area Priorities in West Ocala CRA Priorities 1 st = SR 40 corridor; 2 nd = US 27 east of NW 27 th Ave; US 441; 3 rd = all other areas Eligible Businesses Eligible applicant Eligible Building Type Eligible Property Type Ineligible Properties Eligible work Ineligible work New & existing businesses; Retail, office, industrial, general business & nonprofit organizations Property owner or business owner Existing buildings only Taxable ad valorem properties only. Properties must be in one of the following Zoning Districts -- Business, Manufacturing, or Office. Tax delinquent property; property in litigation; property in condemnation or receivership; property or tenants with outstanding financial obligations to City require City Council approval Priority work elements are: 1. Vacant bldg. being converted to active use 2. ADA Accessibility 3. Removal of bars from doors & windows 4. Security systems incl. lighting, cameras and fencing 5. Façade improvements (visible from street) incl. doors, windows and signage 6. Demolitions 7. Creation of new surface parking lot Grant cannot be used to correct outstanding code violations in an active code enforcement case. Routine maintenance procedures, such as painting or minor repairs to existing materials alone, may not be eligible for a grant, but will be eligible as a component of a larger project. Only work begun after approval by the Ocala CRA (CRA) will be eligible for a grant. Work in progress or performed before approval will not be eligible. Reroofing, 17

18 Maximum Grant $15,000 Required Match 3:1; City (75%) Applicant (25%) Design Guidelines Ineligible Businesses See attached The following business do not fit the vision for the West Ocala CRA and Community Plan and as such are not eligible for the grant. Adult Oriented Businesses Tattoo Parlors / Shops Bail / Bonds Check Cashing Service Pawn Shops Bars; bars as part of restaurant are permissible but restaurant must be primary business Electronic or Vapor Cigarette Store 18

19 WEST OCALA COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AREA COMMERICAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM DESIGN GUIDELINES The Design Guidelines outline the standards that should be followed. These guidelines take into consideration a building s historic and cultural significance (regardless of age) in determining an appropriate design solution to the renovation. All improvements are subject to committee approval. The Façade The façade is the entire exposed exterior surface of a building that fronts a public street and contains the building s principle entrance. A façade, not containing the main entrance, but fronting a public street exposed to public view will be considered a secondary façade. Secondary façades are also eligible for grants. Rear or side façades that are viewable from a public street or pedestrian walkway are also eligible for a grant. Storefronts When alterations are made to the first floor of buildings that currently have closed-up or opaque storefronts, the Grant Program will usually require that the storefront be restored to its original condition of a more open façade. Opaque or permanently enclosed storefronts are not encouraged, nor are window treatments that significantly decrease the amount of original window space. All damaged or otherwise deteriorated elements of storefronts, display windows, entrances, upper facades or signs should be repaired or replaced to match or be compatible with the original materials and design of the building. Buildings that are an integral element of the traditional streetscape should reflect and complement the character of surrounding area to the greatest extent possible. Masonry Unpainted brick, stone, or terra cotta should not be painted or clad with other materials. If it is necessary to remove paint or clean unpainted masonry, the gentlest method should be used to do so. Sandblasting and other abrasive cleaning methods should be avoided due to the damage they can cause to masonry. Defective mortar should be re-pointed by duplicating the original mortar. Deteriorated masonry should be replaced with new masonry that duplicates the old masonry material as closely as possible. Windows Windows are very visible from the public right-of-way and should be restored when possible. Creating additional openings, enlarging or reducing window opening sizes and filling openings should be avoided but when necessary, they should maintain the character of the building. The window style and glazing configuration should be appropriate for the style of the building. 19

20 Trim & Ornamentation All structural and decorative elements of eligible façades should be repaired or replaced to match or become compatible with the original materials and design of the building to the greatest extent possible. This includes, but is not limited to, window caps, carved stonework, ornamental plaques and cornices. Murals are eligible improvements to larger projects. Signs Signs are not eligible for a sign-only grant but may be included as an integral part of a larger project. When included on the façade of the building, signage should complement the architecture of the building and surrounding buildings. The following types of signage will be considered for grant funding: (a) (b) (c) Display Window Lettering storefront signage in which the lettering is painted or etched into the interior side of display windows and glazed entry doors. These signs typically consist of lettering and/or a logo, and do not cover more than 1/5 of the glass panel. Transom Signs made of leaded glass letters that are built into the transom above the storefront display window or door. Neon signs only those neon signs that were original to the building or a new sign that would complement an older storefront typically found in post 1920s commercial buildings are eligible for grant funding. (d) Other sign types that the applicant can show to be integral parts of the façade renovation will be considered for grant funding. Suggested examples of other preferred sign types include: Hanging signs over sidewalk, often from awnings. Frequently seen in historic Mainstreet communities. Projecting Signs Project off of the building 20

21 a. Pinned Letters appropriately lit, individually placed lettering. * Signage that is to be replaced to satisfy code compliance issues will not be funded. Security Gates and Bars Permanently attached or retractable security gates and bars are typically not in keeping with the character of the building and create an impression that the area is unsafe, and will ultimately hurt business. For that reason, they are discouraged and will not be funded. Less obtrusive methods are preferred. Exterior Elements Existing fire escapes, ladders, standpipes, vents, etc, should be painted to blend with the wall on which they are mounted. Repairs to such elements will be considered for funding if a part of a larger project. Awnings, exterior lighting and electrical fixtures should maintain the style of the building and highlight the buildings architectural elements without being overbearing. Storm water system improvements will be eligible as part of a larger project. Improvements include but are not limited to gutters and drains. Landscaping and Fencing In some projects landscaping and fencing will be considered if part of a larger project. Fencing will be considered only if the fence has extraordinary architectural character such as wrought iron fence with masonry piers. Common fences such as stockade, board-on-batten, picket and chain link would not be eligible for a grant. Planters and retaining walls should be built of a material, which complement the materials of the adjacent buildings. Parking Lots Improvements to an existing parking lot are considered to be additional elements, such as lighting, fencing, gates, benches, bus stops, bicycle racks, etc. that are not required by City Code. Repaving, restriping, maintaining the required landscaping or repairing/replacing wheel stops are considered ordinary repair and maintenance of a parking lot and are therefore not eligible for funding. 21

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CT SE 1ST AVE SE 5TH CIR SE 5TH CT PL SW 25TH ST Legend Priority Area 1 Priority Area 2 SW 6TH AVE SW 28TH ST West Ocala CRA SW 5TH AVE SW 4TH AVE Properties zoned Business, Manufacturing or Office within CRA Area are eligible to apply for a grant SE 1ST CT SE 29TH ST SE 29TH PL SE 4TH AVE / Prepared 1,900 Feet by City of Ocala D

23 NORTH MAGNOLIA CRA SUBAREA COMMERCIAL BUILDING IMPROVEMENT GRANT GRANT PROGRAM SUMMARY 3/19/18 Eligible Area Eligible Businesses Eligible applicant Eligible Building Eligible Property Type Ineligible Properties Eligible work Ineligible work North Magnolia CRA (see map) All business in North Magnolia CRA in a B-Business or M-Industrial zoning are eligible. Property owner or business owner Existing buildings only Taxable ad valorem properties only. Properties in B-Business and M- Industrial zoning. Tax delinquent property; property in litigation; property in condemnation or receivership; property or tenants with outstanding financial obligations to City require City Council approval. Eligible work elements are: 1. Exterior painting/paint removal for the entire building 2. Exterior cleaning of the property/masonry repair/parking lot coating and striping 3. Repair or replacement of front, side or rear facade details/materials - doors, walls, trim and lighting. 4. Repair or replacement of windows for the entire building. 5. New landscaping area (trees and shrubs) visible from the street/sidewalk.. 6. New or replacement wall signage. 7. New or replacement awnings for the entire building. 8. Fencing. Grant cannot be used to correct outstanding code violations in an active code enforcement case. Only work begun after approval by the Ocala CRA (CRA) will be eligible for a grant. Work in progress or performed before approval will not be eligible. Reroofing. Maximum Grant $10,000 Required Match 1:1; City (50%) Applicant (50%) 23

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