The Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) Adoption Hearing for the proposed Immokalee Area Master Plan Amendment will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2019 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.
The Board of County Commissioners heard the Immokalee Area Master Plan on May 14th, 2019 and voted unanimously to approve the plan for transmittal to the state Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO). DEO and other state agencies yielded some comments that have been addressed by staff. The Master Plan will be scheduled for adoption hearings with the Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners. Check back here for hearing dates! You may view a digital copy of the draft Immokalee Area Master Plan resolution, or stop by the Immokalee CRA office at CareerSource to view a paper copy.
On March 7th 2019, the Collier County Planning Commission voted to recommend approval that the Board of County Commissioners transmit the Immokalee Area Master Plan to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity for the state's review.
On June, 26, 2018, staff presented to the Board of County Commissioners the findings and recommendations outlined in the Immokalee Area Master Plan White Paper. The Board unanimously voted to direct staff to move forward and prepare the necessary growth management plan amendments for the Immokalee Area Master Plan.
The White Paper
The Immokalee Area Master Plan White Paper summarizes the public input, findings and preliminary recommendations to update the Master Plan.
It's time to check the progress of the Master Plan and set forth an updated vision and land use policies for Immokalee. Join us at one or more of the public workshops and provide your input.
The Master Plan
The Immokalee Area Master Plan has undergone significant restudy in the past few years. The Community Redevelopment Agency led the effort to gain input from stakeholders, residents and businesses, which ultimately established a vision for the future of Immokalee. The current restudy effort will begin with their proposed vision, and through public workshops and updated data and analysis, determine if any further changes will improve the Immokalee Area Master Plan.
The Currently Adopted Master Plan
The Proposed 2012 Master Plan
Revisions to the Proposed 2012 Master Plan