The Harbors includes the coastal and inland areas along U.S. 19 and Little Road corridors from the North County Line to the South County Line. (See Comprehensive Plan Map 2-17.) It is part of the County's Urban Service Area.
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The East Market Area comprises the eastern portion of the County, running north/south along US 301. (See Comprehensive Plan Map 2-20 (PDF).) This Area is envisioned as an area that preserves a small-town lifestyle with a sustainable development pattern, protecting its natural resources. It encompasses the cities of Dade City and Zephyrhills, with conservation lands on the edge, creating a rural to suburban character.
Gateway Crossings runs primarily east/west along SR 54/56 and incorporates properties running north/south along the Suncoast Parkway and Interstate 75. (See Comprehensive Plan Map 2-18 (PDF) Opens a New Window. .) It has a distinct and dual role as a gateway to and from Pasco County. The South Market Area is part of the County's Urban Service Area.
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The Central Market Area comprises the central portions of the County (although it is interrupted by the South Market Area as it runs north/south along portions of the Suncoast Parkway and I-75). (See Comprehensive Map 2-19 (PDF).) This Market Area is primarily categorized as supporting suburban development. The Villages of Pasadena Hills are located within the Central Market Area.
The North Market Area (See Comprehensive PlanMap 2-21 (PDF)) is a predominantly rural area, with agricultural lands and natural resources. The Comprehensive Plan calls for development patterns that concentrate in clusters or nodes with a balance of mutually supportive uses.