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Comprehensive Plan


The Comprehensive Plan is a ten-year blueprint for future growth of the City. It examines relevant information such as population projections, the pattern of existing development, the suitability of land for development, the capacity of public facilities to serve future development, and the financial capacity of the City to make improvements to those facilities.

It establishes official City policies toward land use and growth. It includes a Future Land Use Map that regulates the general type of land use that is allowed (commercial, industrial, residential etc.) and the maximum density (living units per acre) or intensity (square feet of building area) of those uses.

The State of Florida requires all counties and municipalities to adopt comprehensive plans.

All land use decisions made by the City must be in conformance with the Comprehensive Plan.

 


A picture of teh Lakeland Comprehensive Plan cover page2020 Comprehensive Land Use Plan  

Adopted: August 16, 2010   

Update Effective: December 31, 2018   

Proposed Plan Amendments & Process


Comprehensive Plan Amendment Schedule of Review - Cycle B

There are currently no plan amendments

Each year the City provides a report update with a summary of the previous year adopted comprehensive plan amendments and future goals to the State. Below is the executive summary  of the annual Certification Monitoring Report for the year 2018.