Pasco County is updating its comprehensive plan, which provides a vision and policies that influence future planning decisions and affects economic development, transportation, parks, natural resources and other aspects of life within the county.
The county has set up a website to invite public participation in the Pasco 2050 plan, which will guide decision-making for the next 25 years, according to a county news release.
The county welcomes members of the public to visit the website, to:
- Participate in surveys, polls and contests
- Register to receive updates on the process
- Stay informed about upcoming public meetings
- Provide input and feedback throughout the process
Pasco is among Florida’s fastest-growing counties, and this planning process will have significant implications regarding how the county plans for various types of uses, including commercial, residential and industrial.
To begin weighing in on the county’s planning process and to keep abreast of what’s happening, visit Pasco2050.com.
Published May 18, 2022
This sounds just like the 70s & 80s with politics sending sending people to the cheap state to live – that isn’t really cheap!!
And not one mention of the number of schools being built to accommodate all the people/subdivisions? Or maybe it’s no children allowed?
I’d hate to see my grandkids endure double session and 45/15 day schedule because Pasco again forgot about the children.