Notices of Public Hearings for Proposed Land Use Changes
Requests to amend the Future Land Use Map of the 2030 Comprehensive Plan have been filed with the City of Jacksonville Planning and Development Department. Information for each application is provided below.
Small Scale Land Use Amendment Applications
L-5375-19C (Old Kings Rd)
Large Scale Land Use Amendment Applications
L-5298-18A (Newcomb Rd)
L-5357-19A (Merrill Rd)
L-5381 (Dunn Ave)
L-5386-19A (New Berlin Rd)
L-5391-19A (Starratt Rd)
L-5393-19A (Duval Rd)
Text Amendments to the 2030 Comprehensive Plan
2030 Comprehensive Plan Land Use Category Descriptions
2030 Comprehensive Plan Relational Listing of Land Use Categories and Zoning Districts
Copies of the applications and Department reports are maintained by the Department and the City Council Division of Legislative Services and are open to public inspection.
All interested persons wishing to submit testimony, written comments or other evidence in this matter should submit same to the City Council Division of Legislative Services and/or appear at the public hearing.
Citizen input may be submitted to the Department prior to the recommendation of the Staff Report. Additional opportunities for citizen input are available at the public hearings. Such input is encouraged.
Applicants are required to post and maintain signs at intervals of approximately 200 feet along all street sides of land in full view of the public or, if there is no frontage on a public street, on the nearest street right-of-way with a notation indicating the direction and distance to the property subject to the application, within 15 working days after an application has been determined complete by the Department. If signs are not posted, citizens are requested to notify the Department.
Additional information about the applications is available by calling the Department at 904-255-7888.
Legal Information Related to the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendment Process
Criteria upon Which FLUM Amendment is Evaluated and Council Decision Based
Legislative versus Quasi-judicial Functions of Local Government
Burden of Proof; Evidence and Testimony