Neighborhood & Sector Planning
Sector planning is a growth and development tool utilized by cities in Florida and the nation. Size and purpose may vary, but each is an opportunity to guide a community's future. Through a collaborative process, various and diverse stakeholders accomplish this task.
"State of the Southern Strategy Report"
In 1998, policies for the Southern Strategy Area were adopted into the Comprehensive Plan. This strategy was established to encourage a growth pattern in the southern part of the City of Tallahassee as well as adjacent portions of unincorporated Leon County as a counterbalance to the rapid growth pattern in the northern and eastern areas of the community. The Southern Strategy Area covers about 17½ square miles, or nearly 11% of the area inside the Urban Service Area boundary. The Comprehensive Plan requires the Planning Department to prepare and distribute a "State of the Southern Strategy" report every three years. Previous reports were made in 2001, 2004 and 2007. The 2010 State of the Southern Strategy Report reiterates the vision of the Southern Strategy, establishes baseline data for the Southern Strategy Area today, gives comparisons to the previous reports, outlines conclusions based on the data, and assesses progress made on the policy requirements in the Comprehensive Plan.
Forms and Publications (PDF)
View the Neighborhood Plans (PDF)
Apalachee Ridge Estates Neighborhood Renaissance Plan
Providence Neighborhood Renaissance Plan
Capital Cascade Sector Plan
Lake Bradford Sector Plan
Oak Ridge Sector Plan
South Monroe Sector Plan
West Pensacola Street Sector Plan