The City of Titusville, Florida / Community Development / Planning / Comprehensive Plan
THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
The City's Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1988 in direct response to meeting all of the requirements of the 1985 Growth Management Act, which is also known as the Local Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, and the rules of the Florida Department of Community Affairs. This plan, as amended, has provided the policy framework for growth management in Titusville for the past seventeen years.
The City’s Comprehensive Plan provides the direction and guidance which enables the City to maintain and enhance those attributes that make the City a desirable place to live, work, learn and play. The Comprehensive plans is designed to preserve and enhance the public health, safety and welfare through the management of growth, provision of adequate public services and the protection of natural resources. Simply put, the Comprehensive Plan includes:
• Goals for future development and provision of services;
•Objectives or benchmarks to meet in attaining our goals; and,
•Policies to be implemented to meet the stated benchmarks.
The City's Plan includes goals, objectives and policies for each of the State required elements. Some of the elements contain level of service standards requiring that development be managed to maintain the adopted standard (concurrency).
Comprehensive Plan Elements:
•Future Land Use
Future Land Use Element
Coastal Management Element
Intergovernmental Coordination Element
Capital Improvements Element
Capital Improvements Element FY2016-2017 Story book
•Recreation And Open Space*
Recreation and Open Space Element
•Public School Facilities Element*
Public School Facilities Element
*Elements subject to concurrency policies and management system.