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Navarre Town Center Information
Navarre Town Center Plan
Navarre Town Center 2011 Update
The Navarre Town Center Plan is a document that was created in 2004 by the residents of Navarre with help from County staff. The Plan is a collection of recommendations for development of Navarre including new development regulations, infrastructure improvements, and viewshed protection.
When the Plan was developed there was a lot of growth and development in Navarre and residents wanted to ensure that the area remained a special place in which to live and work. Following a series of public workshops, working group meetings and steering group meetings, the Plan was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on October 28, 2004.
Just as members of the community asked for a Plan in 2004, others asked that the Plan be changed in 2011. A lot changed in the years following Plan development and it was important to re-evaluate the Plan to identify changes that should occur.
Following a series of public meetings, the Board of County Commissioners made the following changes to the Navarre Area zoning districts:
Removed architectural style requirements
Removed paint color requirements
Removed Architectural Review Board review process
Removed deed-restricted subdivisions from the overlay and zoning districts; and
changed uses prohibited in the Heart of Navarre Overlay to Conditional Uses.
What does this mean? Projects within the Heart of Navarre Overlay District will no longer be required to be consistent with one of the eight architectural styles recommended in the Town Center Plan. Exterior paint colors may be brighter as the color palette is no longer applicable. Projects will no longer be required to have Architectural Review Board Approval.
Development along the Hwy 87 and Hwy 98 corridors remain under the Heart of Navarre Overlay district where additional development standards are required. The "town center" area remains zoned as TC-1. The area zoned TC-2 reverted back to the original zoning designations for that area.
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