Lakeland's Comprehensive Plan
2020 Comprehensive Land Use Plan
Adopted: August 16, 2010
Update Effective: December 21, 2015
Future Land Use Designations
Future Land Use Map
Effective May, 2015
This webpage depiction of the Future Land Use Map may not be the most up to date; please contact the Community Development Department for the most recent or parcel based land use information.
Comprehensive Plan Certification Program
Future Land Use Map Amendment Process
2015 Cycle B Comprehensive Plan Amendment Schedule
Application Deadline: August 3, 2015
Application for Future Land Use Map Amendment (PDF)
Application for Future Land Use Map Amendment (Word)
See also: Water Capacity Guidelines and Full Fee Schedule
See also: School Board of Polk County School Concurrency Application. For more information on school concurrency visit the Polk County School Board's Website.
State of Florida Comprehensive Plan Review Process
Proposed Plan Amendments
Estimated Timelines for Proposed Amendments
LS-12-009: 121 Acres at SE Corner of Harden Bl and Polk Parkway (Oakbridge DRI)
LUL15-002: Land Use Change - 55.81 acres located southwest of Lake Gibson, north of Wedgewood Estates Boulevard, east of Corporate Avenue and west of Heatherpoint Drive
LUL15-003: Land Use Change - 115.55 acres located southeast of Interstate-4 and northwest of North Road 33
The scheduled January 19, 2016 and February 1, 2016 public hearing dates for LUL15-003, PUD15-020 & ZON15-007 & Related Actions (Bridgewater) have been postponed to a future date to be determined. A local newspaper advertisement related to these actions will be required to be published approximately seven (7) days prior to each of the hearing dates.
CPA15-005: Text Change -Future Land Use Element, Transportation Element, and the Capital Improvements Element to update transit oriented corridor illustrations
CPA15-006: Text Change -Transportation Element to update illustrations and associated text related to the Citywide Pathways Plan
State Planning Agency Notice of Intent (NOI)
The Florida Division of Community and Planning Development (State Planning Agency) issues a Notice of Intent (NOI) regarding Compliance of recently adopted Citys Comprehensive Plan Amendments. The State's finding of Compliance basically is a determination of whether or not the City's amendments are consistent with the State's Comprehensive Plan. Affected parties have 21 days to appeal the State finding from the date that it was published on their website. The City only adopts regular, non-DRI amendments twice a year, thus, an NOI may or may not be found below or on the State's website: http://dca.deo.myflorida.com/finddocumentsonline/. If you have a question about the NOI, please call our Division at 863-834-6011.