Charlotte Harbor Community Revitalization Plan
The Charlotte Harbor Community Revitalization Plan is a tool within Charlotte 2050, the Charlotte County comprehensive plan, to encourage and incentivize redevelopment within the Charlotte Harbor Community Redevelopment Area, along U.S. 41 and the Peace River, at the northern end of the Baron Collier Bridge. As the oldest area within central Charlotte County, redevelopment and revitalization of the Charlotte Harbor Community to create a vibrant, healthy, and active place is a priority for Charlotte County. The Revitalization Plan will help to achieve that goal.
Text amendments have been proposed to adopt policies that work towards achieving the goals of redeveloping and revitalizing the Charlotte Harbor. These are all contained within Appendix IV to the Future Land Use element. Some of these policies are brand new, and some have been moved from the existing Future Land Use element.
- Proposed Future Land Use element amendments
- Proposed Future Land Use element Appendix I amendments
- Proposed Future Land Use element Appendix II amendments
- Proposed Future Land Use element Appendix IV amendments
- Proposed Future Land Use element Appendix V amendments
- Proposed Future Land Use element Appendix IX amendments
- Proposed Natural Resources element amendments
- Proposed Coastal Planning element amendments
- Proposed Infrastructure element, Groundwater and Aquifer Recharge sub-element amendments
- Proposed Intergovernmental Coordination element amendments
Future Land Use Map Amendments
Map amendments have been proposed to combine the three existing mixed use Future Land Use Map designations into a single Charlotte Harbor Mixed Use FLUM designation. This will reduce simplify the planning process, and leave distinctions between densities and uses to the County’s zoning ordinance, where they are best addressed. Proposed Future Land Use Map Amendments