There are a number of published planning documents that relate back to Advance Fort Lauderdale.

These documents come from City, County, State, and Regional levels.  

Each icon represents an individual planning document or website, and is paired with a description. 

Click the button associated with each resource or report to download a copy or view the page. 

Press Play Fort Lauderdale is the City's short-term plan, showcasing goals, objectives, initiatives, and indicators for implementing this 2018 strategic action plan. 

The Riverwalk District Master Plan outlines the goals and vision for enhancing the New River district. 

Broward Next is the hub for Broward County's Land Use and Comprehensive Plans.

Fort Lauderdale's Downtown Master Plan addresses key issues for the future of planning the Downtown area and its communities and economies.

Connecting the Blocks is Fort Lauderdale's plan to expand and enhance our community's transportation avenues, including pedestrian, bicycle, public and shared transportation, and more.

The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact brings together four counties (Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe) to collectively mitigate the effects of climate change.

Fast Forward Fort Lauderdale is the City's long-term plan, showcasing goals, objectives, initiatives, and indicators for implementing this 2035 Vision Plan.

The Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) is a state-mandated assessment of the Comprehensive Plan to ensure that all statutory requirements are met.

Vision Zero is a street safety action plan for the City of Fort Lauderdale.

This webpage houses a wide variety of the planning documents that pertain to the City of Fort Lauderdale, including Master Plans.

This is the homepage for the City of Fort Lauderdale's Department of Sustainable Development - the main agency in charge of Advance Fort Lauderdale.


The City of Fort Lauderdale continues to publish monthly news articles regarding updates to the Comprehensive Plan.

Below are some of the news articles that have been published.




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Lorraine Tappen, Principal Planner

Urban Design and Planning Division

700 NW 19th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

(p): 954-828-6520