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Indian Trail Improvement District
Serving the public since 1957.


Project Loacation:
Approximately 2.5 miles west of Seminole Pratt Whitney Road on the north side of Southern Boulevard

County site:

The County website includes links to the Courtesy Notices, Letters to Interested Parties, Preliminary Plans, Application information and more.

October 24, 2014 Zoning Application Summary:

APPLICATION SUMMARY: Proposed is the rezoning of a 1,209.96-acre site from the Residential Transitional (RT) Zoning District to a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Zoning District to allow for the development of 2,000 dwelling units at a gross density of 1.65 units per acre. The site was last approved by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on June 30, 2008 to rezone the site from the PUD Zoning District to the RT Zoning District and a Class A Conditional Use to allow Bona Fide Agricultural in the RT Zoning District through Resolution R-2008-1146, which will be abandoned with this request.
The Preliminary Master Plan indicates 1,209.96 acres of development area which includes 1,252 Single Family Units; 628 Zero Lot Line Units; 120 Townhouse Units, which are designated as Workforce Housing; a 5.68-acre Commercial Pod to allow a maximum of 50,000 square feet of commercial or retail uses; a 24.22-acre Public Civic Pod which includes a 20-acre Park and 50,000 square feet of Offices for Government Services; and, a 15.66-Civic Pod to allow a 970-student Public Elementary School. Also proposed is 516.37 acres of open space which includes 96.51 acres of Lake Management tracts, 17.71 acres of Public Trails, and 13.61 acres of Private Recreation area. Two access points to the development will be from Southern Boulevard to the south, one access to the future extension of Okeechobee Boulevard to the north, and one cross access to a future development to the east from Via Arezzo.

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