2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020

 
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments

Joint Workshop
February 25, 2020
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Summary of Proposed Amendments
   Joint Amendments
       4 Text Amendments to Land Use Element

   City of Tallahassee Amendments
       4 Map Amendments
        ◼   2 Small Scale (10 acres or fewer)
        ◼   2 Large Scale (Greater than 10 acres)

   Leon County Amendments
       6 Map Amendments
        ◼   5 Small Scale (10 acres or fewer)
        ◼   1 Large Scale (Greater than 10 acres)
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Schedule

                                                             Renaissance Center 3rd Floor 435 North
Pre-application Conference Deadline       Sep. 18, 5:00 pm
                                                             Macomb Street
                                                             Renaissance Center 3rd Floor 435 North
Application Deadline                      Sep. 27, 5:00 pm
                                                             Macomb Street
                                                             Renaissance Center 2nd Floor 435 North
Public Open House                         Dec. 17, 5:30 pm
                                                             Macomb Street
                                                             Renaissance Center, 2nd Floor
Local Planning Agency Workshop            Jan. 7, 6:00 pm
                                                             435 North Macomb Street
                                                             Renaissance Center 2nd Floor
Local Planning Agency Public Hearing      Feb. 4, 6:00 pm
                                                             435 North Macomb Street
                                                             County Commission Chambers 5th Floor,
Joint City-County Commission Workshop     Feb. 25, 1:00 pm
                                                             Leon County Courthouse
Joint City-County Adoption Public
Hearing (Small Scale Amendments) and                         County Commission Chambers 5th Floor,
                                          Apr. 14, 6:00 pm
Transmittal Public Hearing (Large Scale                      Leon County Courthouse
and Text Amendments)
Joint City-County Adoption Public
                                                             County Commission Chambers 5th Floor,
Hearing (Large Scale and Text             May 26, 6:00 pm
                                                             Leon County Courthouse
Amendments)
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Policy 1.4.5: [L] – Comp Plan Amendments

   Any requested text amendment to the Comprehensive Plan
    shall be evaluated for consistency with the overall intent of
    the adopted Goals, Objectives, and Policies of the Plan

   Any requested amendment to the Future Land Use Map
    shall be evaluated for consistency with the adopted Goals,
    Objectives, and Policies of the Plan as well as consistency
    with and the furtherance of the intent of the requested
    future land use category
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Policy 1.4.5: [L] – Rezonings

   Any request for a change in zoning use classification and specific
    zoning district mapping within a future land use category shall
    be evaluated for consistency with the adopted Goals,
    Objectives, and Policies of the Plan as well as consistency with
    and the furtherance of the intent of the future land use category
    in which it is located

   The determination that a particular land use is permitted within a
    zoning district shall be made based upon a listing of allowable
    land uses within a zoning district or that an unlisted land use is
    substantially similar to allowable uses within the same district
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Joint Amendments
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Southeast Sector Plan
TTA 2020 003
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Southeast Sector Plan
TTA 2020 003
Planned Development Edits (Future Land Use Element         2. Southeast Sector Plan (SESP) Edits (Future Land Use
Objective 6.1 and supporting Policies)                     Element Objective 10.1 and supporting Policies)
   Delete references to the DRI process;                      Clarify which policies apply to the English property
                                                                or Southwood;
   Allow the PUD approval to serve as the Planned
    Development Master Plan;                                   Edit minimum requirement for mix of uses;
   Clarify when a comprehensive plan amendment is             Delete or update density/units for Southwood;
    needed and remove the assumption that a
    comprehensive plan amendment is required;                  Clarify Industrial location criteria;
   Remove the requirement to identify residential units       Revise affordable housing provisions;
    by type;                                                   Revise school siting provisions;
   Clarify the applicable natural resource protection         Delete Capital Improvement policy specific to
    standards;                                                  Southwood;
   Clarify mass transit planning requirement,                 Delete average densities; and
    especially when no service to be provided during
    the planning timeframe;                                    Add Assisted Living Facilities.
   Clarify that low and moderate housing requirement
    apply when an ordinance is in effect at the time of
    development that addresses the need for
    affordable housing; and
   Clarify requirement for crime prevention planning.
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Southeast Sector Plan
TTA 2020 003
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments - Joint Workshop February 25, 2020
Southeast Sector Plan
TTA 2020 003
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed text amendment consistent with the

  Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based
  on the findings and other information contained in the
  staff report, and adopt the proposed amendment.
Pine Cone Woods – Urban Services Area
TTA 2020 006
                      The proposed
                       amendment would
                       expand the Urban
                       Services Area to include
                       Pine Cone Woods

                      This amendment is
                       related to proposed
                       map amendment LMA
                       2020 06
Pine Cone Woods
TTA 2020 06
   The subject site is currently in the Talquin Electric Cooperative (Talquin)
    franchise area for water, sewer, and electricity, and is served by water and
    sanitary sewer provided by Talquin.

   Talquin has indicated a commitment to expand capacity to meet any increase
    in need due to development.

   The subject site has access to the principal arterial Thomasville Road from
    Lawton Chiles Lane via Wolfpack Way and Rhea Road.

   As there is existing capital infrastructure available on the subject site, a
    purpose of the Urban Service Area (directing development away from areas
    without or not intended to have urban services, and to areas that do) would be
    furthered by expanding the USA to include the subject site.
Pine Cone Woods – Urban Services Area
TTA 2020 006
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed text amendment consistent with the

  Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based
  on the findings and other information contained in the
  staff report, and adopt the proposed amendment.
Neighborhood Boundary
TTA 2020 011
   Current Policy: This future land use category is intended to create a
    transition area between residential development and more intensive
    development such as higher density multi-family and higher intensity
    non-residential development while still preserving roadway capacity
    through access management practices.

   Proposed Amendment: The proposed amendment would amend the
    Neighborhood Boundary Land Use Category to be applied in a
    manner that creates mixed use corridors or nodes when recommended
    in a City or County coordinated placemaking, sense of place,
    neighborhood, or sector plan.

   This amendment is intended to support the implementation of the Bond
    Neighborhood First Plan and the Griffin Heights Neighborhood First
    Plan.
Neighborhood Boundary
TTA 2020 011
Bond Neighborhood First Plan                                                      Griffin Heights Draft Plan
Desired Outcome: Zoning adjustments allow for residential, commercial, and        Desired Outcome: The neighborhood has land uses that allow for a mix of
light industrial uses while preserving the character of the neighborhood.         neighborhood-scale commercial development while also preserving the
                                                                                  residential character of the neighborhood.
     Strategy 1.1: Preserve single-family residential character in areas zoned
      Residential Preservation while creating opportunities to develop new and         Strategy 1: Develop land use mechanisms to preserve the single-family
      enhance existing commercial areas in the neighborhood.                            residential character of the neighborhood while also creating opportunities
                                                                                        for neighborhood-scale commercial development in designated areas.
           Action Item 1.1.1: Coordinate with Planning through a Greater Bond
            Land Use Committee (comprised of residents, realtors, and
            developers) to address policy changes.
                                                                                             Action Item 1.1: Designate Alabama Street (from Basin Street to
           Lead: City of Tallahassee Potential Partners: City of Tallahassee                 North Abraham Street) as a Main Street corridor, providing
            (Growth Management; Planning; Parks, Recreation and                               opportunities for neighborhood-scale commercial development.
            Neighborhood Affairs), Greater Bond Neighborhood Association,
            realtors, and developers.
           Action Item 1.1.2: Develop and present recommendations to                        Potential Partners: Tallahassee Leon County Planning Department,
            Planning that address non-conforming businesses, compatible home                  GHNA, OEV
            businesses, and new businesses that serve neighbors and students.
            This may include new commercial opportunities along Osceola Street,
            Floral Street, Gamble Street, Mill Street, Lake Bradford Road,
            Orange Avenue; the Villa Mitchell area; and connections for Greater
            Bond to the FAMU Gateway corridor.
           Lead: City of Tallahassee Potential Partners: City of Tallahassee
            (Growth Management; Planning; Parks, Recreation and
            Neighborhood Affairs), Greater Bond Neighborhood Association.
Neighborhood Boundary
TTA 2020 011
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed text amendment consistent with the

  Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based
  on the findings and other information contained in the
  staff report, and adopt the proposed amendment.
Welaunee Critical Area Plan
TTA 2020 013
   The proposed amendment would expand the Urban
    Services Area to include the entire Welaunee Arch

   The proposed amendment would update the Welaunee
    Critical Area Plan to include the development plan for
    the Arch (Objective 13.2)

   This amendment is related to proposed map
    amendment TMA 2020 013
Urban Services Area
Policy 1.1.11: [L] (REV. EFF. 3/14/07; REV. EFF. 1/7/10)
The growth management strategy of the Tallahassee-
Leon County Comprehensive Plan is designed to be
implemented by a series of instruments which include:
 1) An Urban Service Area strategy to guide and
  coordinate land use densities and intensities with the
  availability of capital infrastructure and to discourage
  urban sprawl.
Welaunee Arch
TTA 2020 013
                   Objective 2.1 of the Intergovernmental Coordination Element states that
                    “The City of Tallahassee intends to expand its corporate limits to provide
                    urban services to urbanized and urbanizing areas in the Urban Services
                    Area, including the Southwood and Welaunee study areas as referenced in
                    the Land Use Element.”

                   Policy 2.1.1 of the intergovernmental Coordination Element states that “The
                    City is required to provide full urban services to areas that are annexed.”

                   Objective 1.1 [L] of the Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan
                    directs development to those areas which have in place, or have
                    agreements to provide, the land and water resources, fiscal abilities, and
                    the service capacity to accommodate growth in an environmentally
                    acceptable manner.

                   Objective13.2 of the Land Use Element establishes the parameters for
                    development in portions of Welaunee outside of the Heel and the Toe.

                   Objective 6.2 [L] states “As demands from a rapidly increasing population
                    may require the expansion of the Urban Service Area in the future,
                    additional areas will be identified as Planned Development Areas upon
                    their inclusion within the Urban Service Area.”

                   Policy 6.2.1 [L] states “Upon expansion of the Urban Service Area,
                    properties that meet the definitions for Planned Development Areas shall
                    be designated such as part of the adopted Future Land Use Map and
                    Zoning Map.”

                   Policy 2.2.1 [L] states that “urban services are not planned or programmed
                    for the area [designated Rural/Agriculture on the Future Land Use Map].”
Welaunee Arch Concept Map
TTA 2020 013
Northeast Gateway
TTA 2020 013
Welaunee Critical Area Plan
TTA 2020 013
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed text amendment consistent with the

  Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based
  on the findings and other information contained in the
  staff report, and adopt the proposed amendment.
County Amendments
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments
7601 Blountstown Highway
              LMA 2020 01
                 Current     Proposed         Information
                                         Location: Unincorporated
                                         Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                         Acreage: Approx. 3.42
                                         Acres

                                         Land Use: Urban Fringe
                                         (UF) to Suburban (SUB)

                                         Rezoning: Urban Fringe
                                         (UF) to General Commercial
 Zoning

                                         (C-2)
7601 Blountstown Highway
LMA 2020 01
   The subject site is eligible for designation from Urban Fringe to a more dense or intense
    land use category because it is within the Urban Service Area.

   The subject site is appropriately situated for designation as Suburban.

   Expansion of the Suburban FLUM category is compatible with the adjacent Urban
    Fringe FLUM category because the existing residential development pattern exceeds the
    maximum residential density allowed by the Urban Fringe category (1 unit per 3 acres).
    The existing development patterns (generally 0.25 to 0.50 acre lots) are more
    consistent with the intended development patterns of the Suburban category (0 to 20
    units per acre) than with Urban Fringe category.

   In those areas lacking the necessary infrastructure, the Land Development Regulations
    may designate a low intensity interim use. Inability to connect to central sanitary sewer
    does not necessarily preclude designation of the site to the Suburban category.
7601 Blountstown Highway
LMA 2020 01
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Highway 20 Light Industrial
              LMA 2020 02
                 Current       Proposed          Information
                                            Location: Unincorporated
                                            Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                            Acreage: Approx. 4.11
                                            Acres

                                            Land Use: Urban
                                            Residential (UR) to Industry
                                            and Mining (IM)

                                            Rezoning: R-5
 Zoning

                                            Manufactured Home and
                                            Single Family Detached to
                                            M-1 Light Industrial
Highway 20 Light Industrial
LMA 2020 02
                       The area on the south side of Highway
                        20 has a FLUM designation of
                        Suburban and a zoning designation of
                        Light Industrial.

                       The existing uses on the south side of
                        Highway 20 across from the subject
                        site include a large towing and
                        automobile storage and recovery lot
                        and an electric substation belonging to
                        Duke Energy.

                       A mobile home park is located north
                        and northwest of the subject site.
                        However, it is buffered by a large
                        forested wetland area.
Highway 20 Light Industrial
LMA 2020 02
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Oak Valley Shopping Center
              LMA 2020 03
                 Current      Proposed          Information
                                           Location: Unincorporated
                                           Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                           Acreage: Approx. 4.49
                                           Acres

                                           Land Use: Lake Protection
                                           (LP) to Suburban (SUB)

                                           Rezoning: Lake Protection
                                           (LP) to Commercial Parkway
 Zoning

                                           (CP)
Oak Valley Shopping Center
LMA 2020 03
                      The Lake Protection category is the
                       basis for regulation and, where
                       appropriate, limitation of
                       development and redevelopment
                       of land within the Lake Jackson
                       Basin.

                      The subject site is located outside
                       of the Lake Jackson Basin
                       boundary.

                      The proposed amendment would
                       align the Lake Protection boundary
                       with the Lake Jackson drainage
                       basin boundary line.
Oak Valley Shopping Center
LMA 2020 03
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Capital Circle SW
              LMA 2020 04
                 Current          Proposed        Information
                                             Location: Unincorporated
                                             Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                             Acreage: Approx. 0.78
                                             Acres

                                             Land Use: Residential
                                             Preservation (RP) to
                                             Suburban (SUB)

                                             Rezoning: Residential
 Zoning

                                             Preservation (RP) to
                                             General Commercial (C-2)
Capital Circle SW
LMA 2020 04
   The subject site is appropriately situated for
    designation as Suburban.

   The subject properties underwent the unity of title
    process. General Commercial (C-2) access standards
    limit access for commercial uses to arterial and
    collector roads. Access to the property will be limited
    to Capital Circle SW, which is a principal arterial
    roadway.
Capital Circle SW
LMA 2020 04
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
              (FWCC) Warehouse
              LMA 2020 05
                  Current             Proposed             Information
                                                      Location: Unincorporated
                                                      Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                                      Acreage: Approx. 9.85
                                                      Acres

                                                      Land Use:
                                                      Recreation/Open Space
                                                      (OS) to Government
                                                      Operational (GO)
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWCC) Warehouse
LMA 2020 05
   The existing use of the subject site by FWCC as a
    maintenance facility is inconsistent with its FLUM
    designation of Recreation/Open Space.

   The existing use of the subject site would be consistent
    with the Government Operational land use category.

   The proposed amendment has no adverse impact on
    existing or planned infrastructure.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWCC) Warehouse
LMA 2020 05

Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment

  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt
  the proposed amendment.
Pine Cone Woods
              LMA 2020 06
                 Current        Proposed        Information
                                           Location: Unincorporated
                                           Leon County
Future Land
 Use Map

                                           Acreage: Approx. 175
                                           Acres

                                           Land Use: Rural (R) to
                                           Bradfordville Mixed Use
                                           (MU)
Pine Cone Woods
LMA 2020 06
   A special condition that property within the Rural category shall not be
    converted to a more intense land use category unless the subject site adjoins
    the Urban Service Area or a designated Rural Community. The subject site
    immediately adjoins the USA to the west, surrounds Chiles High School which is
    in the USA, and a portion of the subject site owned by the applicant is within
    the USA, as well. Therefore, this special condition is satisfied.

   The Bradfordville Mixed Use Land Use Category is intended to create low to
    medium density residential land use, small scale commercial shopping
    opportunities, schools and churches, and recreation and leisure-oriented
    amenities for the enjoyment of area residents. The applicant has indicated
    that they wish to develop further residential land uses similar to those of other
    developments in the surrounding area, provide some additional non-residential
    commercial opportunities, and allow for the potential expansion of Chiles High
    School on part of the subject site. These uses are consistent with the uses
    intended for the Bradfordville Mixed Use land use category.
Pine Cone Woods
LMA 2020 06
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment

  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt
  the proposed amendment.
City Amendments
2020 Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments
Sheffield’s Body Shop
              TMA 2020 002
                 Current       Proposed        Information
                                          Location: City limits
Future Land

                                          Acreage: Approx. 0.80
 Use Map

                                          Acres

                                          Land Use: Residential
                                          Preservation (RP) to
                                          Suburban (SUB)

                                          Rezoning: Residential
                                          Preservation-2 (RP-2) to
 Zoning

                                          General Commercial (C-2)
                                          and Office Residential-3
                                          (OR-3)
Sheffield’s Body Shop
TMA 2020 002
                       Based on the Residential Preservation
                        Analysis, Residential Preservation is not
                        a land use category that is consistent
                        with the land uses on the subject site.

                       The subject site is consistent with the
                        intent of Suburban which describes
                        land uses that create employment and
                        commercial opportunities within close
                        proximity to low to medium density
                        residential uses. The subject site has
                        non-residential uses and is surrounded
                        by other non-residential uses, low
                        density residential uses, and medium
                        density residential uses.

                       The proposed amendment is not
                        anticipated to have significant adverse
                        impacts on public facilities.
Sheffield’s Body Shop
TMA 2020 002
Sheffield’s Body Shop
TMA 2020 002
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Fairbank Subdivision
              TMA 2020 004
                 Current       Proposed        Information
                                          Location: City limits
Future Land

                                          Acreage: Approx. 6.51
 Use Map

                                          Acres

                                          Land Use: Urban
                                          Residential-2 (UR-2) to
                                          University Transition (UT)

                                          Rezoning: Single Family
                                          Detached Residential (R-2)
 Zoning

                                          to University Transition (UT)
Fairbank Subdivision
TMA 2020 004
                                                               The subject site is located near Florida State University,
                                                                Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community
                                                                College, within the geographic boundary identified in
                                                                the Comprehensive Plan as being appropriate for the
                                                                University Transition future land use and is
                                                                predominantly surrounded by University Transition on
                                                                the Future Land Use Map.

                                                               Approval of this amendment would further the goal of
                                                                the MMTD by promoting mixed use development and
                                                                higher densities, a prerequisite for successful mass
                                                                transit and other alternative modes of transportation.

                                                               The subject site is primarily comprised of rental units;
                                                                only one of the 18 parcels (0.06% of the proposed
                                                                expansion area) claim homestead exemption.

                                                               The proposed amendment is not anticipated to have
                                                                significant adverse impacts on public facilities.

Area zoned RP-2:
School for Arts & Innovative Learning (SAIL) High School,
Utilities substation,
Palmer Munroe Teen Center.
Fairbank Subdivision
TMA 2020 004
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
Neighborhood Boundary
TTA 2020 011 and TMA 2020 010
Bond Neighborhood First Plan                                                      Griffin Heights Draft Plan
Desired Outcome: Zoning adjustments allow for residential, commercial, and        Desired Outcome: The neighborhood has land uses that allow for a mix of
light industrial uses while preserving the character of the neighborhood.         neighborhood-scale commercial development while also preserving the
                                                                                  residential character of the neighborhood.
     Strategy 1.1: Preserve single-family residential character in areas zoned
      Residential Preservation while creating opportunities to develop new and         Strategy 1: Develop land use mechanisms to preserve the single-family
      enhance existing commercial areas in the neighborhood.                            residential character of the neighborhood while also creating opportunities
                                                                                        for neighborhood-scale commercial development in designated areas.
           Action Item 1.1.1: Coordinate with Planning through a Greater Bond
            Land Use Committee (comprised of residents, realtors, and
            developers) to address policy changes.
                                                                                             Action Item 1.1: Designate Alabama Street (from Basin Street to
           Lead: City of Tallahassee Potential Partners: City of Tallahassee                 North Abraham Street) as a Main Street corridor, providing
            (Growth Management; Planning; Parks, Recreation and                               opportunities for neighborhood-scale commercial development.
            Neighborhood Affairs), Greater Bond Neighborhood Association,
            realtors, and developers.
           Action Item 1.1.2: Develop and present recommendations to                        Potential Partners: Tallahassee Leon County Planning Department,
            Planning that address non-conforming businesses, compatible home                  GHNA, OEV
            businesses, and new businesses that serve neighbors and students.
            This may include new commercial opportunities along Osceola Street,
            Floral Street, Gamble Street, Mill Street, Lake Bradford Road,
            Orange Avenue; the Villa Mitchell area; and connections for Greater
            Bond to the FAMU Gateway corridor.
           Lead: City of Tallahassee Potential Partners: City of Tallahassee
            (Growth Management; Planning; Parks, Recreation and
            Neighborhood Affairs), Greater Bond Neighborhood Association.
Neighborhood Boundary - Bond
              TMA 2020 010
                 Current     Proposed            Information
                                        Location: City limits
Future Land

                                        Acreage: Approx. 12.1 Acres
 Use Map

                                        Land Use: Residential Preservation
                                        (RP) to Neighborhood Boundary
                                        (NB)
Neighborhood Boundary – Griffin Heights
              TMA 2020 010
                 Current      Proposed             Information
                                         Location: City limits

                                         Acreage: Approx. 7.7 Acres
Future Land
 Use Map

                                         Land Use: Residential Preservation
                                         (RP) to Neighborhood Boundary
                                         (NB)
Neighborhood Boundary
TMA 2020 010
Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment

  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt
  the proposed amendment.
Welaunee Arch
              TMA 2020 013
                 Current      Proposed        Information
                                         Location: City Limits
Future Land

                                         Acreage: Approx. 2,810.55
 Use Map

                                         Acres

                                         Land Use: Rural (R) and
                                         Suburban (SUB) to Planned
                                         Development (PD)

                                         Rezoning: Rural (R), Critical
                                         Planning Area (CPA) and
 Zoning

                                         Single Family Detached
                                         Residential (R-1) to Planned
                                         Development (PD)
Welaunee Arch
TMA 2020 013
   Objective 2.1 of the Intergovernmental Coordination Element states that “The City of Tallahassee intends to expand its corporate limits
    to provide urban services to urbanized and urbanizing areas in the Urban Services Area, including the Southwood and Welaunee study
    areas as referenced in the Land Use Element.”

   Policy 2.1.1 of the intergovernmental Coordination Element states that “The City is required to provide full urban services to areas that
    are annexed.”

   Objective 1.1 [L] of the Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan directs development to those areas which have in place, or have
    agreements to provide, the land and water resources, fiscal abilities, and the service capacity to accommodate growth in an
    environmentally acceptable manner.

   Objective13.2 of the Land Use Element establishes the parameters for development in portions of Welaunee outside of the Heel and the
    Toe.

   Objective 6.2 [L] states “As demands from a rapidly increasing population may require the expansion of the Urban Service Area in the
    future, additional areas will be identified as Planned Development Areas upon their inclusion within the Urban Service Area.”

   Policy 6.2.1 [L] states “Upon expansion of the Urban Service Area, properties that meet the definitions for Planned Development Areas
    shall be designated such as part of the adopted Future Land Use Map and Zoning Map.”

   Policy 2.2.1 [L] states that “urban services are not planned or programmed for the area [designated Rural/Agriculture on the Future
    Land Use Map].”
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Staff & LPA Recommendation:
 Find the proposed future land use map amendment
  consistent with the Tallahassee-Leon County
  Comprehensive Plan, based on the findings and other
  information contained in the staff report, and adopt the
  proposed amendment.

   Find the proposed rezoning consistent with the
    Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan, based on
    the findings and other information contained in the staff
    report, and approve the proposed rezoning.
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