Information Technology

The City of Lake City Information Technology Department provides technical services to both internal departments and externally to the citizens of Lake City via webpage and internet based communications.


The Information Technology Department is responsible for:

  • Network Operations
  • Computer Hardware and Software
  • Datacenter Operations
  • City Websites
  • Telephone Communications
  • Radio Communications
  • Building Security
  • Video Surveillance
  • Conference Room Audio/Video
  • Technology Project Management


City Administration consists of The City Manager’s Office, The Assistant City Manager, Human Resources, Procurement, Finance and Information Technology. These departments concentrate on internal services to outer departments as well as focus on project management. 

Community Redevelopment Agency

The City of Lake City established the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) in 1981 to create an area in which the Central Business District would evolve into a more dynamic office, service, financial, entertainment, residential and governmental area. The authority to establish the CRA is enabled by Sections 163, Part III Florida Statues. The CRA was revised in 1989 and again in 1993.


Boundary Map

View/download CRA boundary map (PDF) 



Darby Pavilion at Wilson Park Information



Projects and Funding

CRA projects must have a public purpose with the intent to alleviate urban blight in the district. Examples of projects could be streetscapes, new buildings, parking lots/garages, neighborhood parks, planned low and moderate income housing developments, sidewalks and street landscaping. “Tax Increment Financing” (TIF) provides funding for projects in the CRA.


Lake City Community Redevelopment Area Master Plan (note: large download, 25 MB)

The updated CRA Master plan was approved by the City Council on March 5, 2012.


CRA Annual Reports

The Annual Report includes a complete financial statement setting forth the assets, liabilities, income and operating expenses of the CRA. This report also includes completed CRA projects for the Fiscal Year along with proposed projects for the upcoming Fiscal Year. Follow the links below to view CRA Annual Reports.


Fiscal Year 2011 Annual Report

Fiscal Year 2012 Annual Report

Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report

Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report

Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Report


Facade Grants

Download the Facade Grant Policy and Application to learn more.


Meeting Information

The Community Redevelopment Agency meets on a "As Needed" basis, in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 205 North Marion Avenue.

The Downtown Development Committee meets on the last Tuesday of every month (excluding legal holidays) unless otherwise specified, at 6:00PM, in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 205 North Marion Avenue.


Lake City's Designated Brownfield Area


Full Size Brownfield Area Map


For more informat concerning Brownfield and Incentives, see the below links:

Brownfield Program Brochure

Brownfield Program Summary

Brownfield Incentives


For additional information about the Community Redevelopment Agency contact:


Laura Croft

Community Redevelopment Administrator
City of Lake City
205 North Marion Avenue
Lake City, FL 32055
Phone: (386) 719-5766
Fax: (386) 752-4896


City Manager

The mission of the City Manager's Office is to build and maintain, through sound management principles and community participation, an effective City government organization; to ensure the effective delivery of services; to provide the management direction and support for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all city programs; and to ensure coordination and consistency in implementing policies and programs approved by the City Council.



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The City Manager is appointed by the City Council and holds office strictly at the pleasure of the Council. The Manager is responsible to the Council for the efficient administration of all administrative and business affairs of the City. In carrying out this responsibility, the Charter provides that the City Manager shall have the following authority and responsibilities:

  • To see that the laws and ordinances of the City are enforced.
  • To appoint and remove all subordinate officers and employees of the City, with the exception of the City Attorney and City Clerk.
  • To exercise control and direct supervision over all departments and divisions of the municipal government.
  • To recommend to the City Council for adoption such measures, as may be deemed necessary or expedient in the interest of the City.
  • To keep the City Council fully advised as to the financial condition and needs of the City and to submit for its consideration an annual budget.
  • To represent the City in its relations with the public, the press, and other governmental entities.

To contact the City Manager's Office, please call (386) 719-5768.


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