Membership Types and Benefits
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The California Redevelopment Association (CRA) was established in 1979 as a statewide nonprofit corporation. CRA is an alliance between redevelopment agencies and the private sector. The purpose of CRA is the betterment of the communities in California through the redevelopment process. CRA is governed by an 18–member Board of Directors elected by the membership.
There are three membership options available. Click on your membership type and learn more.
Agency: Agency membership is for city and county governments.
Associate: Associate membership has categories for companies, organizations, non-profits, and state government agencies.
Individual: Individual membership is available to students, teachers, and staff of agencies, firms, or organizations that are CRA members.
Your Welcome Gift
CRA Directory of Redevelopment Agencies and Allied Firms
This is an indispensable tool for public officials and firms working with redevelopment. It lists the who's who in California redevelopment agencies and allied private industries. The Directory includes agency and associate member names, addresses and telephone numbers. It will help you locate the right person in every redevelopment agency and associate firm. The agency section lists key redevelopment officials and a brief summary of agency activities. The associate section includes a description of services
provided by the firm. It helps redevelopment officials find qualified firms. The final section lists associate members by category of services provided. Agencies frequently use the Directory to locate services provided by private firms. The Directory is a $249 value that comes free to each member, once per year. Joining CRA and developing your own profile in the Redevelopment Directory raises your visibility.