In 2001, Pinellas County adopted the Downtown Historic Palm Harbor Master Plan . Through 2017, the County worked with the community to identify the latest issues and concerns through a series of focus group meetings and open houses. This process led to several recommendations that have been followed up with the completion of a parking study, a retail study, an up-to-date historic survey, a petition to determine the community’s desire to become a golf cart community, and several other in-depth considerations for the downtown. This research and analysis framed the current version of the Downtown Master Plan. As the conditions within the Downtown have significantly changed since 2001, the 2018/2019 Master Plan will ultimately replace the old Plan . The 2018/2019 Master Plan describes today’s conditions, the public participation process, and the associated targeted efforts and findings.
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Thank you for joining us at the Open House Exhibit . Please check back for upcoming community events.
Please contact Rebecca Stonefield or Scott Swearengen at the Planning Department (727-464-8200) with any questions or comments.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is undertaking an US Alt 19 Corridor Study. You can find information regarding this Study on their Alternate US 19 (SR 595) Corridor Studies project webpage. Please look for opportunities to share your comments, including through their Virtual Comment Tool.
Past Alt 19 FDOT Discussion
- Previously proposed intersection improvement options on Alt. US 19 within Historic Downtown Palm Harbor - The Florida Department of Transportation hosted a public workshop on September 29, 2015 at Harbor Hall in Downtown Palm Harbor to review proposed intersection improvement options on Alt. US 19 within Historic Downtown Palm Harbor. Representatives from Pinellas County and the Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization were present to answer questions. A presentation was given and then public questions and comments were taken.
- Old Downtown Palm Harbor Zoning District
Have questions? Call the FDOT Public Information Office: (813) 975-6060.