altThe North Trail Redevelopment Partnership is a broad-based, collaborative community initiative that fosters sustainable, predictable, economic redevelopment along North Tamiami Trail to achieve a revitalized, attractive, safe and inviting environment for business, institutions and neighborhoods.
The North Trail Redevelopment Partnership was formed in January 2009 by then Mayor Richard Clapp as a task force comprised of local citizens to study, understand and work to facilitate positive redevelopment of the North Trail.    The membership of this non-profit organization includes representatives of Ringling College, USF, New College, Ringling Museum, and the Sarasota Police Department along with Indian Beach-Sapphire Shores, Bayou Oaks, and Central Cocoanut neighborhoods and local architects, planners, business owners, real estate brokers, and City of Sarasota planning staff.   

Membership is open to any anyone willing to actively participate.   We collectively meet twice a year (March and October) from 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm at the Center for Arts & Humanity (1226 N. Tamiami Trail), first floor conference room.




Fellow North Trail Stakeholders

Its time to show the community the North Trail is no longter the blighted place it used to be.   Let's show the positive happenings on the North Trail - once this is highlighted developments and patrons will follow.   Please join us for a meeting of the NTRP late September or early October to kick start this campaign.


We hope to see you once agan and are counting on your to help send a positive message about OUR NORTH TRAIL!

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