Community Development Authority
The Community Development Authority (also known as the CDA) provides direction regarding Village redevelopment, tax incremental financing, and business incentive grants/requests .
Downtown Incentive Grant Program
The Downtown Incentive Grant Program is a discretionary grant program designed to incentivize private sector investments for exceptional projects that further the vision and mission of previous strategic planning efforts in the Silver Spring Drive Business District. Please click here to view a handout providing more detail about the program. If you are interested applying for a grant, Contact the Village Manager’s office (414-962-6690) to schedule an appointment and discuss your project’s eligibility.
Typical Meeting Time and Location
- As needed
- Village Hall
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are typically available several days prior the meeting. At a minimum, agendas are posted within the time-frames required by Wisconsin's Open Meetings Law. Minutes are available following approval by the Community Development Authority. Please click the following link to view Recent Agendas and Minutes.
Residents are appointed to a 4-year term, andTrustees are appointed annually. Both expire May 1st of the term year.
Ray Krueger, Chairperson
Julie Siegel, Village Board Representative
Jim Roemer, Member
Jay Miller, Village Board Representative
Michael Dwyer, Member
Matt Hunter, Member
Brian Vanevenhoven, Member