Overpass Business Park
The Pasco County Office of Economic Growth has embarked on an exciting opportunity to turn a County owned parcel of land into a significant opportunity for new businesses and jobs.
Pasco County is the current owner of 100 acres of land which faces Interstate-75 (I-75) and is located 1.5 miles north of State Road 54 just south of the proposed new connection at Overpass Road and I-75. This land has been identified as an area with the potential for 1.8 million square feet of targeted industries development and significant employment, an estimated 4,000 jobs for residents.
It is the intention of the County to invest Penny for Pasco Economic Development funds into this site to meet all criterion of a truly Job Ready Site. A 'Ready Certification' requires the completion of all environmental surveys, the land use is appropriate for the target industry, and the infrastructure to accommodate multiple users with easy access to the Interstate for trade purposes. The County has initiated pre-development engineering services, site evaluation & conceptual design, comprehensive planning & zoning amendments consistent with an Industrial/Office Park. At the completion of these steps, the site will be submitted to McCallum Sweeney, a national site selector consultant, for Ready Site Certification.
For more information about site selection and site certifications: Pasco EDC Ready Sites
Adoption hearing on comprehensive plan amendment and approval of MPUD
Comprehensive Plan Amendment for Planned Development, Approved
Zoning Amendment for MPUD, Approved
PDD18-0522 The Board of County Commissioners (BCC) authorized submitting the transmittal of the Overpass Business Park (formerly referred to as Vibrant Sun) comprehensive plan amendment to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
In this first public hearing, the Development Review Committee (DRC) approved the Overpass Business Park (formerly referred to as Vibrant Sun) site comprehensive plan amendment for Planned Development (PD) and the rezoning request for Master Planned Unit Development (MPUD) allowing office and industrial entitlements.
Master Site Planning and Rezoning for future development
Design, Permitting and Construction to relocate the current utility transmission lines, remove the reclaimed water lines, and develop the preliminary utilities, storm water system and mass grading plans
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Approval
The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was completed by Cardno, Inc. and warranted a Phase II Assessment of the site. The Phase II Assessment (Task Order #7) was approved and paid for with the Office of Economic Growth Penny for Pasco funds on 4/12/2017 in the amount of $29,050.00