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Stakeholder Information
Success of the Plan depends on your participation!
Participation is a key element of the Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan (PDRP). You can be a part of this planning process and help us decide how we should rebuild following a disaster. Although the plan has been officially approved, the planning process for post-disaster redevelopment is an ongoing process. You can be a part of the planning for post-disaster and help identify strategies that can help us be better prepared for redevelopment and long-term recovery that follows a disaster.

Who is a stakeholder?
A stakeholder is defined as every person who lives, works, owns a business or property in Pasco County. All stakeholders will help identify post-disaster needs and strategies related to:
  • Land Use
  • Environment
  • Housing
  • Infrastructure
  • Economic Redevelopment
  • Health and Social Services
  • Communication
  • Funding

Want to be a part of the project?
The Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan will be updated regularly to reflect our changing needs and priorities. The last update to the Plan was done in January 2016. If you are interested in the project and want to share your concerns and ideas about post-disaster redevelopment, please contact:

Smita Ambadi, CNU-A, LEED AP ND
Planner II, PDRP Coordinator
Planning and Development Department
(727) 847 8193   Ext:  7979

Please note, several meetings were conducted as a part of the PDRP plan preparation. Meeting minutes for all these meetings are posted on this website. All future meetings for the PDRP will be announced on this website and open to any interested citizens to attend. Please check back later or sign up for project updates to learn about any upcoming meetings.