PUBLIC DISCUSSION

Welcome to the Advance Fort Lauderdale Feedback Public Discussions! Join us as we discuss the goals shaping our future.

FUTURE LAND USE

This Element guides future land development in an economically, environmentally, and socially-acceptable manner.
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HOUSING

This Element aims to enhance all forms of housing developments and neighborhoods within the County.
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CONSERVATION

This Element aims to conserve and enhance the City's natural amenities and resources, as well as abide by regulations.
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HISTORIC PRESERVATION

This Element enables the community to identify, promote, and encourage the preservation and use of historic resources.
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CLIMATE CHANGE

This Element aims to enhance resiliency against the short-- and long--term effects of climate change.
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TRANSPORTATION

This Element contains goals and policies to enhance the City's integrated transportation systems.
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WATER, STORMWATER & SEWER

This Element contains goals and policies for the City's potable water, stormwater management, & sanitary sewer services.
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SOLID WASTE

This Element contains goals and policies related to the City's solid waste disposal and management.
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PARKS + RECREATION

This Element contains goals and policies for City parks and facilities, open spaces, beaches, and roadway landscaping.
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URBAN DESIGN

Urban Design + the Built Environment contains goals and policies for community development, revitalization & livability.
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COASTAL MANAGEMENT

This Element contains goals, objectives and policies addressing redevelopment and economic development in coastal areas.
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

This Element includes strategies targeted toward business growth, the workforce, local industries, and other arenas.
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EDUCATION + SCHOOLS

The Element focuses on goals and policies related to local school systems, adult education, and college education.
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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

This Element compiles capital improvement projects for the short-- and mid--range (5-- and 10--year) planning periods.
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INTERGOV. COORDINATION

The Intergovernmental Coordination Element focuses on coordination between the City and other government agencies.
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ADMIN. + IMPLEMENTATION

The Administration and Implementation Element contains administrative goals and policies, including sustainability aims.
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  • sonyaworks
    Aug 29

    Coral Shores is a small neighborhood hidden and tucked away and probably not on the radar of the city's Parks officials. We have zero parks, and the closest public city park is a 45 minute walk away. Buying a vacant property and converting it to a passive pocket park would be a great option. Don't forget about Coral Shores, please!!
  • Shawn Aric Williams
    Sep 29

    This is one of the most important projects are City should address. We can't wait any longer for something that we should have had years ago. Notice how the greenway connects all the neighborhoods together as one it connects our parts our places of interest our history altogether because it all began with the railroad.
  • Eric Ketterling
    Mar 4

    Providing cost feasible and environmentally sensitive water conservation efforts will support a sustainable and resilient community. You can check out water conservation tips here . What are some other creative, cost effective ways our community can implement to achieve greater levels of water conservation?

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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

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