Master Plan Update
The adoption of the Golden Gate Area Master Plan Amendment is set to be heard by the Board of Commissioners on their Tuesday, September 24, 2019 meeting in the Board of County Commissioner's Meeting Room, located on the Third Floor of the Administration Building at the Collier County Government Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida.
At the August 15, 2019 Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) Adoption Hearing for the proposed Golden Gate Area Master Plan Amendment, the CCPC approved a motion to adopt (4-0).
The Board of County Commissioners, at their meeting February 12, 2019, unanimously approved the proposed Golden Gate Area Master Plan for transmittal to the state for review. Review by state agencies yielded no comments, and the Master Plan will return to the Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners for adoption hearings. Check back here for updates on scheduled adoption hearing dates.
The White Paper
The Golden Gate Area Master Plan Restudy White Paper was presented to the Board of County Commissioners January 23, 2018. The Board approved of the recommendations and directed staff to prepare the Master Plan for transmittal to the state planning agency for review.
Golden Gate City and the Estates (East and West of Collier Boulevard) have unique conditions, challenges and opportunities. It's time to check the progress of the Master Plan and set forth an updated vision for these areas.
The Currently Adopted Master Plan
The first Golden Gate Area Master Plan was created in 1991. A restudy resulted in a major amendment in 2003/2004. Since then, there have been about ten small scale amendments. The Plan provides growth management regulations for the areas know as Golden Gate City and the Golden Gate Estates. It is the guiding document, the vision, for the future of the Golden Gate Area and what it should look like.
The Proposed Master Plan