The Southwest Deltona CRA, which was formed about three years ago, has accumulated $213,125.

How should the Southwest Deltona Community Redevelopment Area spend its money?

The city wants to know, so residents are invited to give input during a public stakeholders meeting on what the entity should fund first.

The meeting will be held at Nick Pizza, Inc., 689 Deltona Blvd., from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, according to a news release from the city.

The Southwest Deltona CRA, which was formed about three years ago, has accumulated $213,125. It has yet to spend any of its funds, save for the $175 state registration fee.

The CRA includes portions of Saxon, Normandy and Deltona boulevards, and Enterprise Road.

[VIEW: Map of Southwest Deltona CRA boundaries]

The CRA board is comprised of the members of the City Commission. At the board's last meeting, held March 18, City Commissioner and CRA member Chris Nabicht said they should put in place a strategic plan that would include a list of potential projects with information from staff and findings on the possible costs and benefits of those projects.

Deltona, which incorporated as a city in 1995, was long without a CRA while many other cities in Volusia County had them.