Sector Plan Meeting To Address North Escambia Growth

November 29, 2009

If you want to help to plan the growth of a portion of the North Escambia area, there’s a meeting Monday night for you.

The Escambia County Long Range Planning Division will hold an Optional Sector Plan meeting Monday from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. at the Escambia County Building Inspections Conference Room at 3300 N. Pace Blvd., Suite 300.

The Optional Sector Plan encompasses approximately 15,000 acres of land north of Interstate 10, south of Barrineau Park Road and west of Highway 29. It is a long-term conceptual planning project that will incorporate road networks, schools, parks, and commercial and residential projects. Representatives will be on hand to discuss any issues, answer questions, and receive ideas for creating a unified sector plan.

For more information, visit the Planning and Zoning web pages at www.myescambia.com or contact Eva Peterson, project manager at (850) 595-3475.

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