Planning & Development Projects Monthly Report

February Highlights

Learn what’s being developed in Pasco County with the Project Pipeline! This innovative, online tool from Pasco County Development Services allows anyone to see current development projects within the County in real time. Visit:


The greening of US 19 has begun!  IN late February/early March, 10 gorge palms were planted on US 19 Between Alternate US 19 and Buena Vista Road in Holiday.  Morelli Landscaping, the landscape contractor will be installing a gateway feature palm in mid March, conduct additional median clearings and install shrubs.  The Harbors team in the Long Range Planning Division of PDD was instrumental in securing the initial $1million in FDOT grant funds , as well as definition of the project scope or work for this groundbreaking Harbors West Market Area initiative.  Harbors staff also coordinated approval of the HLRMA FOT Agreement and the Gulf Coast Highway Road Maintenance Organization Landscape Maintenance Agreement with the Project Management Department and the BCC.   A total of $3,084,000 in FDOT and Florida Highway Beautification grants have been received for Phase I and II with an additional grant application planned for Phase III of the four phase, 20 mile project.  

Mobility Fee Update Picture

#PascoCounty's 2018 Mobility Fee Ordinance Update reduces fees associated with new development to encourage economic growth! Mobility fees help fund necessary transportation systems such as sidewalks, bus stops, and roads. Learn more: #PascoProud

Check out the #MobilityPasco website and continue to be a part of the #ItsTIMEPasco decision process for our #PascoCounty #MPO Long Range Transportation Plan!


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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.