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  OLCDC Quick Facts:
 
Since 1980, the OLCDC has constructed over 1400 affordable apartment units in the following multifamily housing projects:
  Aswan Village
  Marbrisa
  Douglas Pointe
  Villa Esperanza
  Siesta Pointe
  Green Vista
  Park City
216 Units
368 Units
176 Units
192 Units
392 Units
  94 Units
180 Units
 


 



1st Time Homebuyer Class (English)
Saturday, September 27, 2014
8:45am - 5:30pm

For more information and to register, click here.

OLCDC seeks volunteers for Magnolia North Park Beautification Day ~ October 11

Come out to help OLCDC, The Alliance for Community Trees, Boise Paper and other partners build phase two of the new Magnolia North Community Park through Boise Project UP™.

On October 11, our partners and volunteers will help install picnic tables and a butterfly garden, as well as new garbage cans and bike racks designed by local youth with assistance from the University of Miami Department of Art.

They also will plant over 120 trees and shrubs, featuring plants native to South Florida. Read more about Boise Project UP™ .

Sign up to volunteer!

Location:
2132 Ali Baba Avenue
Opa-locka, FL 33054

Date & Time:
October 11, 2014
8:30am - 12:30pm

Click here for more information.

OLCDC & partners win APA Florida Award of Excellence

On September 4, 2014, the OLCDC and the City of Opa-locka with the support of the South Florida Regional Planning Council were presented with an American Planning Association Florida Award of Excellence in the Grassroots Initiatives category for their "From Pop-Up to Permanency" initiative.



Refer at-risk elementary students to the OLCDC's Keeping Our Promise program

Recognizing the importance of providing a comprehensive system of care to improve outcomes for children and support their families, the OLCDC and partners have developed Keeping Our Promise (KOP). KOP provides behavioral health, physical health, and education services to elementary school students displaying at-risk behaviors and attending schools in the Opa-locka area to positively affect their educational performance. The program focuses on building more supportive communities, improving coordination of services, and strengthening cohesive engagement among schools, families, agencies, and service providers.

Student referrals to KOP can be submitted by schools, local churches, law enforcement agencies, local child and family service providers, etc. To make a referral, complete and fax the Referral Form to (305) 919-4053.



OLCDC seeks Statements of Qualifications from General Contractors

The OLCDC seeks Statements of Qualifications from qualified General Contractors for new construction and rehabilitation of single family and multifamily housing.

Click here for more information.

OLCDC and partners introduce Magnolia North kids to musical theatre at the Arsht

This summer, the OLCDC, the City of Opa-locka’s Parks and Recreation Department, and City Theatre took 64 children, mostly residents of the OLCDC's Magnolia North Apartments, to the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts to experience “The Amazing Adventures of Dr. Wonderful (and Her Dog),” a musical play that teaches children about the solar system.

According to, Aileen Alon, the OLCDC's Arts & Creative Industry Manager, the trip to the Arsht in downtown Miami is part of an overall strategy "to integrate the arts into the organization’s revitalization strategies for the City – neighborhood development, economic development, public art, infrastructure, art education, bringing various opportunities to residents of Opa-locka through the arts.”

Read more about the outing in Miami Artzine.

OLCDC proudly supports 2014 Back to School Extravaganza!

On Saturday, August 2, 2014, OLCDC and partners joined The Hanan Academic Development Center and Community Builders to provide backpacks, school supplies, uniforms, and books to kids in the community. Information and resources were provided to empower children to begin the school year with confidence.

Residents of Magnolia North were provided free bus service to attend this event.

OLCDC and partners offer third Summer Math & Robotics Camp @ North Dade Middle



From July 7 through August 1, the OLCDC and partners conducted a free Summer Camp for middle school students, combining exciting robotics with a fun focus on preparation for the mathematics sections of the FCAT.

Students attended daily classes in mathematics; enjoyed hands-on robotics activities; participated in weekly field trips; learned about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics; and talked with inspirational guest speakers.





OLCDC conducts annual Board of Directors’ election

OLCDC welcomes its 2014-2015 Board of Directors, elected Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

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