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City of Coral Springs
Adopted Comprehensive Plan

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Comprehensive Plan Full Version (pdf)

  1-1. Introduction (pdf)

Goals, Objectives & Policies

  2-1. Future Land Use Element
         a. Permitted Uses in Future Land Use
  3-1. Transportation Element
  4-1. Public School Facilities Element
  5-1 Not Used
  6-1. Housing Element
  7-1. Utilities Element
         a. Sanitary Sewer Sub-Element
         b. Solid Waste Sub-Element
         c. Drainage Sub-Element
         d. Potable Water Sub-Element
         e. Natural Ground Water/Aquifer Recharge Protection Sub-Element
  8-1. Conservations Element
  9-1. Recreation and Open Space Element
10-1. Intergovernmental Coordination Element
11-1. Capital Improvements Element
12-1. Economic Development Element
13-1. Public Participation

Combined GOP’s (pdf)

Data & Analysis (Adopted Elements)

  2. Future Land Use
  3. Transportation
  4. Public School Facilities Element
  5. Not Used
  6. Housing Element
  7. Utilities Element (coming soon)
  8. Conservations Element
  9. Recreation and Open Space Element
10. Intergovernmental Coordination Element
11. Capital Improvements Element
12. Economic Development Element
13. Public Participation

Combined Data & Analysis (pdf)

Data & Analysis (Adopted Comprehensive Plan Map Series)

2-01. Revised Future Land Use
2-03. Historical Resources
2-04. Soil
2-05. Revised Wells and Drainage
2-06. Flood Plains
3-01. Existing Roadway Systems
3-02. Existing Public Transit System
3-03. Existing Bike Walkways
3-04. Existing Ports, Airport Facilities, Railways and Intermodal Facilities
3-05. Existing Functional Classification of Roadways
3-06. Existing Number of Through Lanes
3-07. Existing Major Transit Trip Generation Attractions
3.08. Existing and Future Evacuation Routes
3-09. Existing Peak Hour Level of Service
3-10. Future Roadway System
3-11. Future Public Transit System
3-12. Future Bike Walkways
3-13. Future Ports, Airline Facilities, Railways and Intermodal Facilities
3-14. Future Functional Classification of Roadways
3-15. Future Number of Through Lanes
3-16. Future Major Transit Trip Generation Attractions
3-17. Future Peak Hour Level of Service
3-18. Existing and Future Evacuation Routes
3-19. Transit Concurrency Districts
8-01. Revised Natural Resources
9-01. Recreation and Open Space
Map 01: Future Conditions – Elementary Schools – Five-Year Plan
Map 02: Future Conditions – Middle Schools – Five-Year Plan
Map 03: Future Conditions – High Schools – Five-Year Plan
Map 04: Future Conditions – Charter Schools – Five-Year Plan
Map 05: Future Conditions – Special Schools – Five-Year Plan
Map 06: Future Conditions –Ancillary Plant Locations – Five-Year Plan
Map 07: Future Conditions – Elementary Schools – Ten-Year Plan
Map 08: Future Conditions – Middle Schools – Ten-Year Plan
Map 09: Future Conditions – High Schools – Ten-Year Plan
Map 10: Future Conditions – Charter Schools – Ten-Year Plan
Map 11: Future Conditions – Special Schools – Ten-Year Plan
Map 12: Future Conditions –Ancillary Plant Locations – Ten-Year Plan

Combined Adopted Maps (pdf)

DCA Notice of Intents