Citrus Park Village Plan (Effective September 9, 2001)
Planning Commission Staff Contact:
Countywide Planner • Countywide Planning Team
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Hillsborough County, Development Services Staff Contact:
Jose R Fernandez, Principal Planner • Planning and Zoning Services Division
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To locate the complete adopted text of the community plan go to the Livable Communities Element and use the Table of Contents to go to the Citrus Park Village Plan.
This community plan updated the Northwest Area Community Plan by providing for both a vision statement and implementation summary, and defining the Citrus Park Village Plan (CPVP).
The area within the CPVP boundary is proposed to change from various plan categories to one new land use designation called Citrus Park Village, and twelve (12) sub-area designations will be applied within the new CPVP designation.
Allowable use, maximum density, and maximum floor area ratio for each sub-area was developed. Also included is an updated boundary map of the CPVP delineating the overall boundary and a Sub-Areas Map, within which the Village Plan provisions are to be considered.
Language provided ensured the development of zoning districts which address how and where uses can be placed, limit the range of uses, and include aspects of design related to new development. It clarifies that rezoning would be allowed after the plan adoption only if the CPVP regulation and zoning district requirements are met; and, clarifies that rezoning prior to adoption of the regulation and zoning districts would be proposed as a PD incorporating the CPVP design concepts.
The Citrus Park Village Plan strives to achieve a well-balanced combination of residential, recreational, commercial, and public uses served by a trail and transportation network, while preserving the layout and character of existing neighborhoods. The existing, historically platted grid system provides a framework within which special areas adjacent to major arterials can be developed in a mixed-use commercial, office, and residential format which enhances the area's character and ambience.
The Plan also strives to promote the development of a Town Center, ensure management and conservation of the natural environment, and ultimately manage growth so the delivery of public facilities and services will occur in a fiscally responsible manner while supporting redevelopment and new development within the Plan boundaries.
The plan was further implemented by adoption of the development requirements in the Land Development Code (LDC) which are outlined in detail below:
Land Development Code:
(Adopted November 11, 2003)
Sec. 3.10.01 – Purpose
Sec. 3.10.02 – Applicability
Sec. 3.10.03 – Zoning Approval
Sec. 3.10.04 – Development Approval
Sec. 3.10.05 – General Exemptions
Sec. 3.10.06.01 – Block Pattern
Sec. 3.10.06.02 – Street Connectivity
Sec. 3.10.06.03 – Street Design
Sec. 3.10.06.04 – Street Vacations
Sec. 3.10.06.05 – Transportation Concurrency
Sec. 3.10.06.06 – Parking
Sec. 3.10.06.07 – Traffic Calming
Sec. 3.10.06.08 – Building Orientation
Sec. 3.10.06.09 – Build-To Line, Maximum Setback
Sec. 3.10.06.10 – Accessory Uses
Sec. 3.10.06.11 – Utility Lines
Sec. 3.10.06.12 – Sidewalks
Sec. 3.10.06.13 – Vertically Integrated Uses
Sec. 3.10.07 – Fences
Sec. 3.10.08 – Signs
Sec. 3.10.09 – Lighting
Sec. 3.10.10 – Buffering and Screening
Sec. 3.10.11 – Tree Preservation
Sec. 3.10.12 – Single-Family and Two-Family Building Requirements
Sec. 3.10.13 – Multi-Family Building Requirements
Sec. 3.10.14 – Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Building Requirements
Sec. 3.10.15 – Zoning Districts
Sec. 3.10.15.01 – Subdistrict A-1
Sec. 3.10.15.02 – Subdistrict A-2
Sec. 3.10.15.03 – Subdistrict A-3
Sec. 3.10.15.04 – Subdistrict A-4
Sec. 3.10.15.05 – Subdistrict A-5
Sec. 3.10.15.06 – Subdistrict A-6
Sec. 3.10.15.07 – Subdistrict B-1
Sec. 3.10.15.08 – Subdistrict B-2
Sec. 3.10.15.09 – Subdistrict B-3
Sec. 220.127.116.11 – Subdistrict B-4
Sec. 18.104.22.168 – Subdistrict B-5
Sec. 22.214.171.124 – Subdistrict C
Sec. 126.96.36.199 – Subdistrict D-1
Sec. 188.8.131.52 – Subdistrict D-2
Sec. 184.108.40.206 – Subdistrict D-3
Sec. 220.127.116.11 – Subdistrict D-4
Sec. 18.104.22.168 – Subdistrict E-1
Sec. 22.214.171.124 – Subdistrict E-2
Sec. 126.96.36.199 – Subdistrict F-1
Sec. 188.8.131.52 – Subdistrict F-2
Sec. 184.108.40.206 – Subdistrict F-3
Sec. 220.127.116.11 – Subdistrict G-1
Sec. 18.104.22.168 – Subdistrict G-2
Sec. 22.214.171.124 – Subdistrict G-3
Sec. 126.96.36.199 – Subdistrict G-4
Sec. 188.8.131.52 – Subdistrict G-5
Sec. 184.108.40.206 – Subdistrict G-6, G-7, G-8
Sec. 220.127.116.11 – Subdistrict H-1
Sec. 18.104.22.168 – Subdistrict H-2
Sec. 22.214.171.124 – Subdistrict I-1
Sec. 126.96.36.199 – Subdistrict I-2
Sec. 188.8.131.52 – Subdistrict I-3
Sec. 184.108.40.206 – Subdistrict I-4
Sec. 220.127.116.11 – Subdistrict U-1, U-3
Sec. 18.104.22.168 – Subdistrict U-2
Sec. 22.214.171.124 – Subdistrict U-4
Sec. 126.96.36.199 – Subdistrict P-1, P-2
Sec. 188.8.131.52 – Subdistrict P-3
The implementation steps and project status are seen on the project Timeline. The Board of County Commissioners has earmarked $1 million in Community Investment Tax (CIT) funding for the Gunn Highway and Ehrlich Road Improvements. This roadway project will implement streetscaping and traffic calming measures on Gunn Highway and Ehrlich Road, and will compliment objectives and policies proposed in the Citrus Park Village Plan.
CPA 03-12 Effective Date: September 3, 2003
Documents & Meetings
Community Plans adopted before 2009 do not include documents and meeting files at this time. This plan was effective September 9, 2001. Request for further information should be directed to staff.
To view the adopted boundary for the Citrus Park Village Plan please click on the link below.
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