In-Town Redevelopoment Project Area

The Project area was established in August, 1970 in response to residents and city officials concerns over deteriorating building conditions, decline in retail sales, rising vacancy rates and a myriad of other conditions, which discouraged on-going robust investment activity. Since it’s inception, the Project Area has been amended five times with the latest amendment occurring on February 26, 2002 to add additional territory to the area.

In-Town primarily encompasses the Downtown-shopping district of the City of Inglewood. The Project Area is predominantly comprised of retail-commercial uses. Mixed residential and commercial land uses generally surround the retail core area. The Inglewood Civic Center and other governmental uses are also located within the Project Area boundaries.