The area known as “midtown” includes developed land located between Glades Road to the north and Town Center Road to the south and between Butts Road to the west and the CSX/Tri Rail tracks to the east.
Update: January 2019
The City Council directed staff to explore the concept of a small area plan in the midtown area.
City staff along with public outreach consultants, held a small area plan outreach meeting/exercise and provided feedback to the City Council. Zoning regulations for the area have been proposed and adopted.
Update: December 6, 2018
A public meeting was held on December 4, 2018 at the Spanish River Library to present the results of the midtown small area planning session. Development Services Director, Brandon Schaad, gave a presentation that reviewed the process, considerations, vision, consensus items and recommendations on how to move forward with the redevelopment in the midtown area.
View the presentation: Midtown Workshop 12.4.18 (PDF) Opens a New Window.
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Update: November 19, 2018
Public Meeting : Presentation on Results of Midtown Small Area Planning Session
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 5:30 pm
Meeting to be held in the Spanish River Library mezzanine. Presentation by Development Services Director, Brandon Schaad. Public comment welcome.
View Public Meeting Flyer (PDF) Opens a New Window.
Update: October 9, 2018
Midtown Update Presentation- City Council Workshop, Oct. 9, 2018
Development Services Director, Brandon Schaad, provides an update on the midtown small area plan based on input from the public visioning session that was held May 23, 2018.
View Council Workshop video. Opens a New Window. (click 5.b. Midtown Update to get to the presentation)
Update: May 7, 2018
Public Visioning Session - "Midtown" Small Area Plan held on May 23, 2018
Update: February 13, 2018
Staff presented a Midtown Small Area Plan Outline at the City Council Workshop on February 12, 2018.
The plan included proposed steps, a schedule and a possible report format. Public outreach and stakeholder consultation will be included in the plan.
Topics may include:
- Appropriate mix of uses
- Mobility concepts
- Non- mobility infrastructure
- Infrastructure implementation strategy
- Urban design concepts
Staff may work with consultants to complete this plan and hope to have recommendations by fall of 2018.
You can also watch video recording of Midtown Plan Outline Presentation & Discussion from February 12, 2018
Update: January 23, 2018
After a staff presentation and discussion at the January 23, 2018 City Council Meeting, the City Council postponed the vote on the Land Development Regulations and Ordinances regarding Midtown.
Staff will provide the framework for a small area plan at the next workshop (2/12/18) and Council Members will determine next steps.
You can also watch video recording of Midtown Council Presentation from January 23, 2018 Opens a New Window.
Update: January 8, 2018
You can also watch a video recording of Midtown Council Presentation from January 8, 2018 Opens a New Window.
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