Envision Seminole 2045
Envision Seminole 2045
Dream big with us!
Envision Seminole 2045 is engaging residents and community stakeholders to create a vision for the next 20 years of growth, change, and conservation in unincorporated* Seminole County. Check back here or sign up for our email list for more opportunities to participate and share your ideas for our community's future.
Envision Seminole 2045 now complete.
Here you will find the final vision pland, supporting documents, and more about the visioning process that led to the vision plan.
Frequently Asked Questions
- In 2021, Board of County Commissioners identified Growth Management as its #1 strategic priority with an emphasis on enhanced community involvement. A staff working group was established to develop an action-oriented strategic plan to address growth management issues in a manner reflective of community values and needs.
- This process will also inform the County's Evaluation & Appraisal of the comprehensive plan which occurs every 7 years and is due in December 2022.
For more information see our video: What's a vision and why now?
Envision Seminole 2045 addresses those areas and issues managed by Seminole County government. This includes land use within unincorporated Seminole County as well as roads, trails, and facilities managed/maintained by Seminole County that serve all residents whether they live in the cities or the unincorporated area. This issue is discussed further in this video on comprehensive planning from the Listening Tour.
Unincorporated Seminole County is those areas that are not located within the jurisdication of a city/municipality.
To determine in which jurisdiction you are located, visit the Seminole County "My Resident" Page to look up your address. Be sure to click on your address to see your property information including "Jurisdiction." If the jurisdiction says "County," then you are located in the unincorporated area. Your jurisdiction may be different than your "Postal City."
The general boundaries of the unincorporated areas are shown in dark blue in the image below. You can click on the image to view it larger.
Every local government in Florida has a comprehensive plan. Comprehensive plans guide public investment and describe where and how new community growth should occur.
They provide the policy foundation for local planning and land use decisions on capital improvements, conservation, intergovernmental coordination, recreation, open space, future land use, housing, transportation, and public facilities.
You can see Seminole County's currently adopted comprehensive plan here.
The Listening Tour is complete. Click here to review the results.
Our in-person Visioning Tour is complete. Click here to review the results.
Board Work Session
The afternoon of June 14, 2022, beginning immediately following the conclusion of the Board of County Commissioners regular meeting, in the County Services Building, 1101 East First Street, Sanford Florida, Room 1028 (Board Chambers).
Community Visioning Conference
Occured on August 24th, 2022. For more information click here.
Vision Plan Review Tour
Occured September 21st and 22nd, 2022.
Board of County Commissioner's Meeting
Final presentation to the Board of County Commissioners scheduled for November 15th.
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