Wimauma Village Residential-2 (WVR-2) and Community Plan Update

Project Overview

The purpose of this study is to provide an analysis of development trends affecting current and future development in the Wimauma area, and with community input, to update the Wimauma Community Plan and the Wimauma Village Residential-2 land use category. Atención: Si necesita servicios de traducción, por favor llame al 813-273-3774 ext. 211.

For more information on the RP-2 Future Land Use Study, check out the project page.

A video of the final community presentation summarizing the community input gathered during the Wimauma Community Design Charrette is now available below.

We would love to hear from you!

We invite you to take a survey and share your thoughts by clicking the button below. The survey will be open until Thursday, April 16.

¡Díganos lo que piensa!

Le invitamos a realizar una encuesta y a compartir sus ideas haciendo clic en el botón de abajo. La encuesta estará disponible hasta el jueves 16 de abril.

Scope of the Study

  • Revitalize Downtown Wimauma

  • Evaluate Wimauma Village Residential-2 Category requirements

  • Look at infrastructure needs

  • Increase safe and equitable transportation choices

  • Preserve the environment and open space

  • Create implementable design options

Phase 1

Real Estate Market Analysis

Began Winter 2019

Phase 2

WVR-2 Land Use Study

Spring 2020

Phase 3

Final Community Plan Update

Expected Fall 2020

Public Engagement

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Community Involvement

An Open House kick-off to inform and hear from the community took place on March 4, 2020 followed by a participatory workshop from March 5-7. Mail notices were sent to all property owners in the affected area.

The workshop was a collaborative process with the community, including meetings with stakeholders, a participatory design workshop, feedback sessions, and a final presentation.

A second Open House for feedback on the study results and recommendations will take place at the end of April. Mail notices will be sent again to all affected property owners with the meeting information.

Residents will also be able to provide input online through a survey.

Stay tuned!


A: This study was requested by the Board of County Commissioners in association with the moratorium on rezoning applications for properties with a Future Land Use designation of Wimauma Village Residential-2. 

A: This study is examining properties with a Future Land Use designation of Wimauma Village Residential-2 as well as the overall Wimauma Village Community Plan boundary.

A: This study will result in 1) an update to the Wimauma Village Community Plan, 2) a Strategic Action Plan for implementing and revitalizing the Wimauma downtown vision, and 3) policy recommendations for the Future Land Use category of Wimauma Village Residential-2.
These recommendations will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners for consideration and potentially result in amendments to the Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan and/or Land Development Code. Any final policy changes are at the discretion of the Board of County Commissioners.

A: This study is scheduled for completion by May 2020. Any amendments to the County’s Comprehensive Plan and/or Land Development Code must be completed by the end of the moratorium, which is August 31, 2020. This date is subject to extension by the Board of County Commissioners. 

A: The next public outreach event for the WVR-2 study is a community open house to be held on March 4, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. at Reddick Elementary School. This meeting will provide property owners and interested parties with an opportunity to learn about the study, meet the study team, and provide input.

Future Steps

  • Present report with recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) at BOCC meeting.

  • Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code will be processed based upon BOCC's action. The process will include workshops and public hearings with the Planning Commission and BOCC.




Tatiana Gonzalez, CNU-A Planning Commission

T: 813-273-3774 ext. 320