Planning & Building
News and Notices
The Monthly Development Report is available at: https://www.ormondbeach.org/247/Development-Projects
Posted March 26, 2019:
There shall be a neighborhood meeting regarding the proposed demolition and re-construction of the existing Publix Supermarket at 220 North Nova Road within the Trails Shopping Center. The project seeks to demolish the existing Publix store and the former CVS unit and construct a one story building of 48,387 square feet with associated site improvements. The subject property is zoned Planned Business Development. The project has scheduled a neighborhood meeting on Monday, April 8, 2019, at the Anderson-Price building located at 42 North Beach Street, Ormond Beach, Florida, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Posted February 28, 2019:
There was an error in the newspaper advertisement for the following items heard on first reading by the City Commission on February 19, 2019, and scheduled for second reading on March 5, 2019:
- Ordinance 2019-2, Capital Improvement Element update
- Ordinance 2019-3, Extended Stay America rezoning
- Ordinance 2019-4, Extended Stay America issuance of the development order
- Ordinance 2019-5, Granada Pointe amendments, PBD Amendment
Other Planning items scheduled for the Thursday, March 21, 2019 City Commission meeting include:
- 221 Vining Court, Salty Church Special Exception
- Land Development Code amendment: Original artwork murals in the Downtown Overlay District
- Land Development Code amendment: Animated wall signs in the Downtown Overlay District
Posted February 27, 2019:
The Lucky's Market at 101 East Granada Boulevard has applied for a Special Exception to authorize an outdoor activity use. Outdoor activity is permitted only by the issuance of a Special Exception. The request seeks to allow daily outdoor display and sales of produce and a cart corral under certain conditions at the proposed Lucky's Market grocery store. The item is scheduled to be heard by the Planning Board on March 14, 2019 and the City Commission on April 16, 2019. The public notice signs for the Special Exception have bee posted.
The Planning Board shall consider on March 14, 2019, a Land Development Code (LDC) amendment to remove 56 North Beach Street from the Historic Landmarks List. The Historic Landmark Preservation Board reviewed the LDC amendment at their February 18, 2019 meeting and recommended approval of the removal of 56 North Beach Street from the Historic Landmarks List.
There will be a Neighborhood Meeting on Tuesday, March 12, at the Ormond Beach Senior Center Art Room, located at 351 Andrews Street, starting at 6:00 p.m. for the property at 1345 North U.S. Highway 1. The project is a phased development for the northeast intersection of U.S. 1 and Southland Road, with Phase 1 proposed as RV and boat storage and Phase 2 (Total Comfort) is proposed as a 26,514+ square foot building, along with two 30,000 gallon gas storage tanks. The subject property is zoned as I-1 (Light Industrial).
Posted December 21, 2018:
The following four projects are scheduled for the Planning Board for January 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. and notices are being sent:
- Granada Pointe Planned Business Development amendment: The amendment seeks to: (1) To allow a car wash as a permitted use under certain conditions within the Granada Pointe Planned Business Development; (2) Allow privacy walls to range from a minimum of 6' (six) in height to a maximum of 8' (eight) in height; (3) Remove the required easement for eight (8) future parking spaces on the North Parcel of the Planned Business Development that was approved for the benefit of the Three Chimneys property; (4) Modify the required $10,000 contribution to the Ormond Beach Historical Society for the construction of a walkway for pedestrian access to the Three Chimneys historical site to allow use of the contribution for the repair and maintenance of the Three Chimneys property; (5) Clarify that two (2) outparcels are permitted on Unit 4 of the Planned Business Development contingent upon the outparcels meeting the minimum requirements of the Planned Business Development and the Land Development Code; and (6) Request approval for the removal of historic tree #19 from the North parcel of the Planned Business Development. The Planned Business Development site area is 32.58+ acres and includes properties on the south and north side of West Granada Boulevard.
- Extended Stay America project, 275 Interchange Boulevard. Proposed Planned Business Development rezoning seeks to allow the development of a four (4) story all suites hotel, Extended Stay America, of approximately 54,000 square feet with 124 rooms and associated site improvements. The project proposes to defer a portion of the required parking.
- Retail fruit stand, 1560 North US 1. This project proposes to allow the outdoor storage of four trailers in association with the retail fruit stand behind the building as a Special Exception.
- Capital Improvement Elements. A Comprehensive Plan amendment to update the Capital Improvements Element to be consistent with the approved Capital Improvement Program.
Posted December 5, 2018:
- The December Monthly Development Report is available and is located at: https://www.ormondbeach.org/247/Development-Projects
- The Site Plan Review Committee has received an application at 220 North Nova Road for a remodeling of the Publix within The Trails shopping center. The site plan indicates a demolition of the existing Publix building, former CVS unit, and the parking lot. The construction would include a new building of approximately 48,387 square feet and associated site improvements.
- The Site Plan Review Committee has received an application at 1535 North U.S. Highway 1 to demolish the existing gas station and reconstruct a new 2,490 square foot Dunkin Donuts coffee shop with a drive-thru and associated site improvements.
The City’s Planning Division is responsible for current and long-range planning and development review.
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