Comprehensive Plan

Background

The Comprehensive Plan is a general policy document that views the community as a whole. It forms a basis for how a community regulates development and how it invests its infrastructure and services. In Florida, all local governments are required by state law to adopt a comprehensive plan. This plan must comply with state statutes and rules. 

By Florida’s state law, the City of Oviedo Comprehensive Plan shall have 9 mandatory elements:

  • Future Land Use
  • Traffic Circulation
  • Housing
  • Public Utilities like Wastewater, Solid Waste, Drainage and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge, and Potable Water
  • Conservation
  • Recreation and Open Space
  • Capital Improvements
  • Intergovernmental Coordination
  • Public Schools

Additional elements may also be considered in this Evaluation and Appraisal Report such as: Community Design, Redevelopment, Historic and Scenic Preservation, Economic Development and Water Conservation and Supply.

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