Did you receive a stormwater assessment letter from the City that was hard to read? We are aware of the issue and sincerely apologize. Our printing vendor’s software experienced a glitch and the wrong font was used. The printing vendor is currently in the process of reprinting and remailing the correct letter at no extra cost to the City. You should be receiving a second, easier to read letter, within the coming days. Thank you for you patience and understanding. In the meantime you can visit http://www.titusville.com/Page.asp?NavID=1725 for more information.
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The City of Titusville, Florida / Community Development / Planning / Neighborhood and Corridor Plans
While Titusville has several diverse neighborhoods, development regulations are general in nature and are administered on a city-wide basis. Neighborhood plans are more detailed and provide individualized recommendations. These neighborhood plans allow citizens to chart their own course in reshaping the appearance and function of their community. In addition, local and state agencies conduct studies and plans affecting small areas or transportation corridors.
The Indian River City Neighborhood Plan was created to protect the unique character of this small neighborhood located northwest of Cheney Highway and U.S. Highway 1. A former municipality with a thriving fishing industry, Indian River City was incorporated into Titusville in the 1960s. The plan was initiated by a resident movement started in 2005 in response to issues related to the stability of the neighborhood. The City engaged the resident group in 2008 and the plan along with associated Comprehensive Plan policies and a new zoning ordinance adopted in 2012. The plan covers the area from Olmstead Drive to the north, the Indian River Lagoon to the east, Cheney Highway to the south, and the Florida East Coast railroad to the west.
The Riveredge Drive plan was created to establish and guide appropriate Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use designations as properties are annexed into the City along Riveredge Drive. The plan identifies the conditions of Riveredge Drive as of 2004 and provides guidance on what types of uses are appropriate along the Riveredge Drive between U.S. 1 and the terminus to the south.
The South Street plan was developed to establish and guide appropriate Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use designations as properties are annexed into the City along South Street (State Road 405). The boundaries of the plan are generally Singleton Avenue to the north, all properties within approximately one-quarter mile to the east, Cheney Highway to the south, and Interstate 95 to the west. The South Street plan was adopted on April 12, 2016.
The U.S. 1 Corridor Master Plan provides recommended strategies for future development along the U.S. 1 corridor and Indian River Lagoon shoreline. The boundaries of the plan are generally from Grace Street to the north, the Indian River Lagoon to the east, Kennedy Point Park to the south, and the Florida East Coast Railroad to the west. The plan encompasses a total area of approximately 815.69 acres including roadways stretching over a 3.4 mile long corridor.
The Waterfront Master Plan is a proposal for public amenities to be located along the Indian River Lagoon shoreline. The plan proposes numerous park improvements, addition of a waterfront trail, efforts to improve the health of the shoreline, and design guidelines to apply to new development.
The Florida Department of Transportation is currently developing alternatives for Garden Street (State Road 406) from I-95 to US 1, SR 406 Corridor Planning Study, as well as for US 1 within the downtown area, US 1 Corridor Planning Study.
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