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Mahan Corridor Nodes Land Development Standards

Gateway Node


Implementation of Mahan Gateway Node (MGN) Future Land Use Category
Objectives and Policies

The Board of County Commissioners endorsed Comprehensive Plan amendments on June 3, 2009 that consolidate the Mahan Residential Corridor (MRC) and Mahan Residential Corridor Node (MRCN) future land use categories.  These two categories will become one future land use category known as Mahan Gateway Node (MGN). The MGN future land use category establishes many goals and objectives as well as allowable overall densities and intensities.

The Department of Growth and Environmental Management is charged with implementing the next step in this process which includes the creation of land development regulations (zoning districts) which implement the intent and objectives set forth in the new Mahan Gateway Node (MGN) comprehensive plan category. This is accomplished by establishing zoning districts that are specific to the corridor which address the limitations on density, intensity and allowable land uses consistent with the parameters established by the Mahan Gateway Node Future Land Use Category. Many of the zoning development standards will be drafted based on community input and feedback.  

Please click here for location map of affected area.

Two public open houses were held to solicit comments and feedback from residents.  The public open houses were held at the Leon County Public Works office located at 2280 Miccosukee Road on August 6th and August 13, 2009.

Why Connectivity is Important and How It Can Fit Into the Mahan Corridor - August 13, 2009

Mahan Corridor Land Use Design Issues PowerPoint Presentation:  Part I
Mahan Corridor Land Use Design Issues PowerPoint Presentation:  Part II