Weekly Project List

The weekly project list includes new projects that are submitted on a weekly basis to the Development Services Division of Building and Development Services. Click on the date below to view the current project list.

â–ºJune 10, 2021

Manatee County Government
Building and Development Services
Neighborhood Registry
5/30/2021 to 6/5/2021

A04 SITE PLAN: ORANGE ON 14TH STREET
PLN2105-0067 FSP-21-72 – ADMINISTRATIVE


Address: 3700 14TH STREET WEST BRADENTON, FLORIDA 34205
Parcel: 4894900059
Fire District: CEDAR HAMMOCK FIRE RESCUE
Commissioner: Reggie Bellamy
Case Manager: Bill O'Shea, Extension 3841
bill.oshea@mymanatee.org

Description: Construction Of A 174 Unit Affordable Housing Apartment Complex

A04 SITE PLAN: STAR FARMS AMENITY B
PLN2105-0085 PDR-19-23/FSP-21-71 – ADMINISTRATIVE


Address: 17604 BARLEY DRIVE LAKEWOOD RANCH, FLORIDA 34211
Parcel: 576000509
Fire District: EAST MANATEE FIRE RESCUE
Commissioner: Vanessa Baugh
Case Manager: Kevin Oatman, Extension 6841
kevin.oatman@mymanatee.org

Description: Amenity B Project Area Is Approximately 0.97 Acres Of Development Property And Will Consist Of A Cabana Building With Pool, Mail Box Kiosk, Dog Park, Plex Lawn, And Associated Infrastructure.

A04 SITE PLAN: FUREVER AFTER, LLC
PLN2105-0087 OP-21-07 – ADMINISTRATIVE


Address: 2231 WHITFIELD PARK AVENUE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 34243
Parcel: 1868306356
Fire District: SOUTHERN MANATEE FIRE RESCUE
Commissioner: Misty Servia
Case Manager: Luke Occhionero, Extension 6861
luke.occhionero@mymanatee.org

Description: One Stop Review (Osr) For A Change Of Use For Property Located At 2231 Whitfield Park Avenue.

A08 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT MANATEE COUNTY INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT CREATION OF A PROPERTY RIGHTS ELEMENT PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE
PLN2105-0099 PA-21-02 – PUBLIC HEARING


Case Manager: Lisa Barrett, Extension 6884
lisa.barrett@mymanatee.org

Description: During The 2021, Florida Legislative Session, Hb 59 Was Passed Providing For Amendments To Section 163.3177, Florida Statute (F.S.) Requiring Local Governments To Include A Property Rights Element In Their Comprehensive Plan; Providing A Statement Of Rights Which A Local Government May Use; Requiring A Local Government To Adopt A Property Rights Element By The Earlier Of Its Adoption Of Its Next Proposed Plan Amendment Initiated After A Certain Date Or The Next Scheduled Evaluation And Appraisal Of Its Comprehensive Plan.

A09 LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT: COUNTY INITIATED LDC TEXT AMENDMENT URBAN CORRIDORS STREET WALLS AND DRIVE THROUGHS (531.16 AND 902.5.G)
PLN2105-0100 LDCT 21-03 – PUBLIC HEARING


Case Manager: Lisa Barrett, Extension 6884
lisa.barrett@mymanatee.org

Description: Manatee County Created The Urban Corridor Ldc Amendments With Ordinance 16 06 To Encourage Redevelopment And Infill Within The Urban Corridor Of The County, Specifically Along The Six Major Urban Corridors. The Amendments Provided Incentives For Development, Including Increased Density And Intensity And Design Standards For Administrative Approvals. As Developers Are Starting To Take Advantage Of The Urban Corridor Incentives, Projects Are Now Coming To Fruition. And Although This Is A Good Thing, We Are Learning What Incentives Work And What Incentives May Need To Be Tweaked. An Unintended Consequence Was The Requirement For A Street Wall For All Projects Utilizing The Urban Corridor Incentives And Also Drive Through Facilities, Along Any Urban Corridor (Whether Requesting The Incentive Or Not). Staff Is Recommending The Current Language Be Modified To Require The Street Walls When A Building Can Not Be Placed Within A Building Frontage Line, Specific Material Types Be Considered, And Elevations Be Provided For Staff Review With The First Site Plan Review And Approval. The Changes Are To Section 902.5.G, Street Walls, Under The Design Requirements For Urban Corridors, And Possibly To Section 531.16, Drive Through Establishments. I Would Like Staff’S Input On Whether The Street Wall Criteria Under 531.16.H Should Remain, Be Deleted, Or Modified.

CONSTRUCTION PLAN REVIEW: HUNTERS POINT RESORT AND MARINA
PLN2105 0117 PLN2011 0108 – ADMINISTRATIVE


Address: 4323 124TH STREET COURT WEST CORTEZ, FLORIDA 34215
Parcel: 7617100059
Fire District: WEST MANATEE FIRE RESCUE
Commissioner: Kevin Van Ostenbridge
Case Manager: Janice Haas, Extension 6894
janice.haas@mymanatee.org

Description: 86 Single Family Units, Roads, Utilities And Stormwater Infrasture

Neighborhood Registry

How Can My Neighborhood Stay Informed on Local Development Activities?

To assist neighborhoods, the Board of County Commissioners created the Neighborhood Registry. Member neighborhoods receive notice of the following applications in their area:

  • Rezones
  • Administrative Permits
  • Special Permits
  • Planned Developments
  • Comprehensive Plan Amendments
  • Variances
  • Final Site Plans
  • Final Plats
  • Amendments to Approved Plans

Some of these applications require public hearings; others are reviewed by staff only.

How Does the Neighborhood Registry Work?

The Manatee County Building and Development Services Department accepts applications from any interested individual, Homeowners Association, or other organization. Once your email address and application is received it will be added to the Neighborhood Registry, and you will begin receiving the Weekly Projects List on a weekly basis.

Sign Up for the Neighborhood Registry

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