Community Development

Community Development's mission is to promote safe, livable neighborhoods and support economic growth for our residential and business communities. We achieve this through the revitalization of the city's neighborhoods using federal and state funds, encouraging quality aesthetic development through permit and plan reviews, and supporting sustainability efforts throughout the City.

Department Head

Julie Krolak

Julie Krolak

Julie Krolak, Director of Development Services for the City of Coral Springs, focuses on shaping what the next 60 years will look like for the city.

The Comprehensive Plan establishes the goals, policies, and general standards for the management for growth and the delivery of services for the City of Coral Springs. This Plan provides general guidelines for the establishment of more specific standards, ordinances, regulations, procedures, programs, and other tools for the implementation of the policies established in the Comprehensive Plan.

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Every resident plays a role in contributing to climate change and every resident can be part of the solution. The time is right to support practices that will save energy, water and other natural resources for today and for our future.

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The City of Coral Springs offers a variety of housing assistance from the home repair program to rental assistance.

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Each property owner constructing a new development, redevelopment or renovating an existing building, that falls under the Public Art Program of Coral Springs, has a significant decision regarding compliance with the public art ordinance.

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The City of Coral Springs commits to addressing the local street/residential roadway related traffic concerns of its residents. The Traffic Management Team (TMT) works with residents to identify traffic problems in their neighborhoods and create a neighborhood traffic plan that consists of solutions that are acceptable and appropriate.

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The Development Review Committee (DRC) reviews site development plans and specifications for compliance with applicable codes and consistency with the goals, objections, policies, and other requirements of the City's Comprehensive Plan. Other reviews include Minor Site Plan revisions to an existing approved site plan. Any change to an approved site plan, including but not limited to, building footprint, building elevation(s), parking lot layout, building colors, etc. is required to receive approval of the Development Review Committee. DRC approvals are valid for one (1) year after the approval letter is issued from the Community Development Division.

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The Community Development Division assists residential and nonresidential owners in obtaining zoning information for their property. This may include information relating to setbacks, land use and zoning, signage, etc. Community Development also processes requests for petitions such as Conditional Use approvals, Special Exceptions, Zoning Variances, Sign Variances, Plat Exemptions/Waivers, etc.

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