Mixed use land use and transportation

May 19, 2023

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May 29, 2023

We need your help to shape the next pieces of the Tampa Comprehensive Plan update! Join us at upcoming community meetings on the City of Tampa’s Mobility and Environmental Sections on June 5 and 6, and stay engaged on the Future Land Use Assessment.

Planning Commission staff is hosting both in-person and virtual opportunities to provide feedback on the new Mobility and Environmental Sections. These updates implement significant portions of the Comprehensive Plan Update Vision, developed by hundreds of Tampa residents in the Summer of 2022. Both meetings will cover the same information. 

Mobility & Environmental Sections Public Engagement Meeting #1 

Monday, June 5 | 6 pm 

In-person at C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library | 2607 E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Community Room A&B), Tampa, Florida 33610 

Mobility & Environmental Sections Public Engagement Meeting #2 

Tuesday, June 6 | 6 pm 

Virtual | Register for the virtual meeting 

About the Mobility Section 

The Mobility Section updates and modernizes mobility-related language and maps in the Comprehensive Plan. The Section has five main goals: multimodal options; economic vitality; sustainability, resilience and health; equity; and safety. The Section provides an overarching framework for mobility-related City initiatives and aims to improve citizens’ ability to get to the places they need to go in an equitable and safe way, regardless of mode choice. | Learn more on the project page 

About the Environmental Section 

The Environmental & Sustainability Section will continue to provide a framework for the conservation, use, and protection of natural resources, wetlands, lakes, soil conservation, the Hillsborough River, and the conservation and use of alternative energy. Existing resource maps within the Comprehensive Plan are also being updated. | Learn more on the project page 

Future Land Use Assessment 

Additionally, be on the lookout for future engagement and outreach on the Tampa Future Land Use Assessment, and check out the details of the FLU Assessment Recommendations Report. This assessment is intended to provide an analysis of the FLU categories and associated policy provisions that provide a bonus, incentive, or targeted outcomes above the FLU category, and recommendations for how to improve the Future Land Use Section. The recommendations and the report are advisory and intended as a menu of possibilities for changes to the Comprehensive Plan. These will be further refined as the update and additional engagement continue.  

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