The Port Orange Town Center Community Redevelopment District is comprised of three hundred and seven (307) parcels constituting two hundred seventy-one (271) acres of land situated within the eastern section of Port Orange. This area historically served as the commercial core of the City. The creation of the Port Orange Town Center Community Redevelopment District in 1998 was the first of many steps to be undertaken by the City to ensure that this historic area of the community remains a viable center of commercial and civic activity.
The vision for the "rebirth" of Town Center includes a strong emphasis on mixed-use development. The goal is to create a signature destination that reestablishes Port Orange's image as a premier waterfront community. Port Orange Town Center is comprised of five Special Character Districts. These Special Character Districts are; Riverwalk, Causeway, Down Under, Dunlawton Village, and Ridgewood Avenue. Each of these districts have their own unique attributes and opportunities, but they all share the same vision of a revitalized "heart of Port Orange"; a unique place within the community that blends history, culture and public access to the water.
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