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Greater Palm River Area Community Plan Update

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Fowler Avenue Vision Study

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Capital Improvements Section

Project Overview The Capital Improvements Section serves to update the Capital Improvements Element of the Unincorporated Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan. The Capital Improvements Section provides a framework on utilizing the County’s Comprehensive Plan and other adopted plans as guides for development and implementation of capital projects.  The Section provides guidance on evaluating the need for…

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City of Tampa Future Land Use Assessment

Project Overview The purpose of this study is to provide an analysis of the Future Land Use (FLU) categories in the Tampa Comprehensive Plan (the Plan) and associated policy provisions that provide a bonus, incentive, or targeted outcomes above the FLU category in the Plan. The study shall examine the effectiveness of the associated policy…

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Plant City Canal Trail Study

Project Overview The Canal Connector Trail was identified as one of three (3) catalyst projects in the Plant City Walk-Bike Plan prepared by the Hillsborough TPO in 2018. The city currently has a very limited amount of active transportation or recreational trail systems that would fit the description of regional context.  Introducing an iconic trail…

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Intergovernmental Coordination

Overview Planning Commission staff initiated this text amendment to update the Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) of the Future of Hillsborough County: Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County on January 1, 2022. This effort was deemed to be needed as this section (Element) was last updated in 2008. The Intergovernmental Coordination section sets forth the means…

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Live Grow Thrive 2045: Tampa Comprehensive Plan Update

https://youtu.be/z6zGHSNxpr8 Video produced by the City of Tampa About By 2045, Tampa will see over 108,000 more residents, 77,000 new homes, and 258,000 new jobs within the City limits. Together, we can turn the challenges that come with growth into opportunities for a thriving future. It’s time to update the City of Tampa’s Comprehensive Plan…

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Tampa Mixed-Use Study

Planning Commission staff at the request of and in cooperation with City of Tampa staff completed a comparison study of “Mixed-Use Land Use Categories” within Comprehensive Plans for selected jurisdictions within Florida and elsewhere in the United States. The study includes a series of information sheets (some are attached, others are linked within the report)…

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Commercial-Locational Criteria Study

Project Overview Planning Commission staff is in the process of updating the Commercial-Locational Criteria Policies, Objective 22, in the Future of Hillsborough: Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County. The purpose of this study is to provide an analysis of the current Commercial-Locational Criteria and analyze best practices resulting in updated policy for the Unincorporated Hillsborough Comprehensive…

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Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan & Update

Creating Great Places Stay connected Sign up to receive email updates on all Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan Updates.  View the Comprehensive Plan Built Environment Future Land Use Property Rights Mobility Housing Natural Open Space Recreation and Open Space Coastal Management Environmental & Sustainability One Water  Potable Water  Wastewater Stormwater Management Water Resource Protection Governance Capital…

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Potential Best Practices for Environmentally Friendly Noise Walls

A byproduct of increasing urban populations and highway driving, traffic related noise creates a burden on communities that border major roadways. Community members in these neighborhoods are also affected by vehicle emissions and other traffic-related pollutants. To reduce noise levels, noise walls are typically recognized as the most effective method by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

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Value Added Mobility Study (VAMS)

Project Overview Plan Hillsborough and University of South Florida have researched and compiled a review of case studies discussing value added or capture mechanisms deployed in the delivery of various transit systems, this review not only provided an evaluation of value added or capture options, but also recognized key persons and organizations whose insights may…

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Development in the Coastal High Hazard: Best Practices Policy Analysis (2020)

The Development in the Coastal High Hazard (CHHA) Area: A Best Practices Policy Analysis report evaluates how staff determines consistency with the Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa Comprehensive Plans regarding applications for density increases in the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA). Of particular concern was whether policies and criteria in our Comprehensive Plans…

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2021 Smart Cities Mobility Plan

Plan overview A final version of the Smart Cities Mobility Plan is now available! The Smart Cities Study Survey is also complete and the results are included in the Plan. Smart Cities technologies can help create a system that is safe, comfortable and convenient for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders & automobile drivers. Existing & cutting-edge…

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Annual Operating Report

The Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) submits an Annual Operating Report of operational statistics to the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD) for the previous state fiscal year, every year, by September 15th. These operational statistics include system type, trip information, vehicle information, employee information, revenues, and expenses for both the CTC and any coordinating contractors….

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