Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezoning Applications
Public Notice - Windows For Accepting Comprehensive Plan Amendment Applications
Each local government in the state must periodically assess the success or failure of its comprehensive plan, address changing conditions, and update its plan to reflect changes in state policy on planning and growth management. To assess its comprehensive plan, a local government must prepare an Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR). As part of its EAR, each local government must identify major unresolved issues in its jurisdiction. Based on its EAR assessment, a local government's comprehensive plan must then be updated and revised to ensure that the plan continues to provide sufficient guidance for the local government to make appropriate land development decisions.
For questions about Comprehensive Plan Elements and Sub-Elements, please contact the Planning Division at (772) 226-1237.