Planning & Development Projects Monthly Report

September Highlights

Explore what’s coming to your community in Pasco County! Check out the new Development Services Project Pipeline! View current development projects online, in real time, on an interactive map.
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During the month of September, Current Planning approved 6 projects in Commission District 1, 5 in Commission District 2, 8 in Commission District 3, 4 in Commission District 4, and 2 in Commission District 5.  These approvals include 2 Connected City projects, as well as a new Starbucks at Trinity Lakes Crossings, 449 single-family detached units in Mirada Active Adult Phase 2, and a Dental Office at SR 54 and Livingston Rd.

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Florida American Planning Association Annual Conference: Ernie Monaco, Executive Planner, Mary Helen Duke, Sr. Planner - Project Management, Erica Wennlund, Planner I and Viviana Martinez, Planner I attended the FAPA Conference in West Palm Beach, Florida September 10 - 14.  These Long Range Planning Divisions members learned about resiliency and sea level rise planning, planning management,  complete streets, form based codes, art in public spaces, and other topics relevant to Pasco County's planning efforts.

Harbors Meeting
The Harbors Team assisted with the quarterly Harbors South Leadership Council meeting where Ten (10) HOA/Civic Associations representing over 11,414 residents in the Harbors West Market Area received updates on Harbors initiatives, Habitat for Humanity’s efforts on Leisure Lane & Van Doran and the Am Skills (American Manufacturing Skills Initiative) Foundation workforce training programs.

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Pasco County Receives State Recognition!

For the third time this year, Pasco County Development Services is being honored for Connected City: America's First Smart Gigabit Community Built From the Ground Up. The latest accolade for the innovative planning is the American Planning Association (APA) Florida Chapter's 2018 Best Practices Award.