Proposed Land Development Code Amendments

Land Development Code Amendments: potential modifications of Section 5.03.02.H - Architectural Review by Associations. A workshop for interested persons will be hosted by the Office of the County Attorney and the Growth Management Department on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the County Auditorium, located at 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine. Land Development Code Amendments Public Workshop

Signs and Definitions of the Land Development Code Public Hearing Update – [Posted: April 5, 2017] The Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously at a regularly scheduled public hearing on April 4, 2017, to remove the portion of the proposed amendments to Article VII allowing Digital Billboards along Interstate 95 within St. Johns County. No future plans have been made to reschedule.

Signs and Definitions of the Land Development Code Public Hearing Rescheduled [Updated: March 27, 2017] St. Johns County has rescheduled the final public hearing for amendments to Article VII “Signs” and Article XII “Definitions of the Land Development Code” from April 4, 2017, at 5:01 P.M. to May 2, 2017, at 5:01 P.M. in front of the Board of County Commissioners in the auditorium at 500 San Sebastian Way, St. Augustine, FL 32084. These amendments will amend Article VII "Signs" to reflect current U.S. Supreme Court rulings and will create a new section allowing Digital Billboards along Interstate 95 within St. Johns County. For more information contact Joseph Cearley, Special Projects Manager at (904) 209-0590, or Paolo Soria, Assistant County Attorney at (904) 209-0809. Please see Sign Ordinance and Staff Report.

 

Meetings

For Growth Management meeting schedules, announcements, and agendas, please visit the Growth Management calendar or the Board of County Commissioners master calendar.

Can't make it to a meeting in person? Growth Management and Board of County Commissioner meetings may be viewed live and on demand via our GTV online streaming service.

Neighborhood Bill of Rights

The Neighborhood Bill of Rights is an ordinance which gives neighborhood or homeowner associations increased notification, the ability to acquire more information, and the right to increase participation in matters of concern to their communities. To learn more, or sign up, visit the Neighborhood Bill of Rights page.

Contact

For more information about the Land Development Code and proposed amendments, please contact Joseph Cearley, Special Projects Manager  at JCearley@sjcfl.us or (904) 209-0590.