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Lake Jackson at Huntington Sense of Place Initiative
In 2012, the Leon County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Strategic Plan to establish priorities and guide project implantation. Pursuant to that, the Lake Jackson at Huntington Sense of Place Initiative was undertaken to redevelop the (former) Huntington Oaks Plaza to house the expanded Lake Jackson Branch Library and new Community Center. Tallahassee and Leon County has several burgeoning placemaking districts that are easily identifiable, and Huntington has all the necessary pieces – strong neighborhoods, community schools, a beloved gathering spot at the library and plenty of retail destinations along North Monroe Street – to become a strong, cohesive and recognizable “Sense of Place”.
Sense of Place Report:
Check these pages for regular updates! If you have questions, comments, or would like to get involved, please contact the Planning Department at 850.891.6400 or email us at: Placemaking.