Page Park is an urban community located south of the Page Field
Airfield, north of U.S. 41, and east of Metro Parkway. Page Park’s community planning effort
promotes redevelopment to encourage a vital community with historic residential
homes and strong economic generators. Page Park Community actively implements
and develops a variety of community planning projects:
- Page Park Plan and Lee Plan Goal 27 revitalize the
village-like neighborhood with mixed-use options that capture the area’s
heritage by providing strong public services, pedestrian and bicycle
connections, and business opportunities.
- Page Park Land Development Code (Chapter 33, Article VI) addresses communitywide development standards that
encourage mixed-use developments, pedestrian and bicycle connections, and that
achieve and maintain a unique, unified and pleasing quality in signage,
landscaping, lighting and development standards.
Community Project Presentations:
The owner or agent applying for the following types
of county approvals must conduct one public informational session within the
community plan area prior to obtaining a finding of sufficiency.
- Development order
- Planned development
- Conventional rezoning, special exception or
- Administrative amendment
- Lee Plan amendment
For additional information on meeting
requirements, please see Lee Plan Goal 27 and Land Development Code Section 33-1203.