From the Mayor

 Francisco “Frank”   Moran was elected   on November 7,   2017 and officially   took the oath of   office as the 48th   Mayor of the City of   Camden on January   01, 2018.  A life-long Camden resident, Mayor Moran is a man of vision, dedication and determination guided by Christian faith and principles.   He was a member of Camden’s City Council from 1997 to 2017 and  served as Council President for eight years until becoming Mayor. He also served as the Director of the Camden County Public Works and Director of Camden County Parks Departments, where he was responsible for overseeing significant improvement projects.  Mayor Moran has worked tirelessly to revitalize Camden by attracting new businesses and economic opportunities to the City, to enhance the quality of life in Camden neighborhoods, to diversify educational opportunities, and to combat crime.  Read more...

Notices / RFPs / Bid Requests

  • Public Notice

    Submit by: 08/01/20

    Closed

     

    Public Notice # 1

    As the COVID-19 presence continues to evolve, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, pursuant to an order of Mayor Francisco Moran Camden City Hall is closed to the public for the next two weeks or until further notice.   
     
    CRA staff are available and working remotely untill further notice to ensure that Agency programs continue and to address questions as they arise.  The Agency will be communicating through emails, conference calls, and updates on our website, camdenredevelopment.org, as necessary.  While we are confident in our ability to keep programs and projects moving forward, there may be certain circumstances beyond our control and we will do our best to communicate with you in the event of any impact to our workflow as the crisis progresses. 
     
    Be well and safe.  Please don’t hesitate to let us know, via email at CaRhodes@ci.camden.nj.us, if there are ways we can be more helpful.


    Public Notice # 2

    Please take notice that due to the COVID -19 health crisis, the June 3, 2020 (cancelled), July 1, 2020, and August 5, 2020 Monthly Caucus Meetings and June 10, 2020, July 8, 2020, and August 12, 2020 Regular Monthly Meetings of the City of Camden Redevelopment Agency have been converted from in- person meetings to teleconference meetings. The start time for both meetings remains at 6:00 PM. Members of the public may join the meetings and will be able to provide public comment by logging on to;
     

    For Monthly Caucus & Regular Meetings: click Here (Meeting ID: 834 7106 4634 Password: 994208) or by using Dial In Number (929) 205-6099 (Meeting ID: 834 7106 4634 Password: 994208). IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY ACCESSING THE MEETING OR OTHER TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, PLEASE CONTACT Sulena Robinson-Rivera, Board Clerk at (856)757-6907 or SuRobins@ci.camden.nj.us
     
    Due to the above do not come to Camden City Hall for this meeting. The meeting agenda may be viewed at the Agency website:  
    www.CamdenRedevelopment.org . Formal action may be taken at this meeting as to all items discussed at the meeting.  If you have questions about this meeting you may contact the Agency at 856-757-7600.


  • IFB- Camden Labs Environmental Remediation – 6/24/20

    Submit by: 07/21/20

    Closed
  • RFP-Reliable Tire Environ. Serv. 6.10.20

    Submit by: 07/10/20

    Closed
  • RFQ - Environmental Services - 2020-2021

    Submit by: 07/10/20

    Closed
  • What You Should Know about Coronavirus

    Submit by: 09/15/20

From the Executive Director

The City of Camden Redevelopment Agency (CRA) welcomes you to its website. With the visionary leadership of Mayor Francisco “Frank” Moran, the CRA is committed moving forward the work with the City and its partners to assure that Camden Continues to Rise.  Our goal is the execution of land use redevelopment that results in revenues to the City and jobs for City residents. A particular focus is assisting to implement strategic plans of Camden's anchoring education and healthcare institutions.  We continue to work with the City in land assembly, reuse of underutilized sites, and remediation of commercial, industrial, and open space areas, including those sites for new economic ventures incentivized by the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 as well as developing strategies for expanding housing opportunities within the City.  

This extraordinary work continues.   

Olivette Simpson
Interim Executive Director