Thecomprehensive plan under reviews the plan for the city of Tampa.Through the use of zoning ordinances as the planning tools, the cityof Tampa has set distinct zoning regions as the core of itscomprehensive plans (FloridaHouse Of Representatives 3).The main purpose of the comprehensive plan for the city is toindicate the zones and provide the protocols for the development ofpublic and private interests in the city. From the ordinances, thepurpose of the city’s comprehensive plan is also to providereasonable and fair basis and guidelines for the use of land asdescribed by the laws. The distinction of the city into differentzones is purposed to provide different uses that each land cansubjected to legally (Cityof Tampa Zoning 1).
Itis the goal of the comprehensive plan for the Tampa city is to ensureoptimum property maintenance for all land owners in the city. Anothergoal is to establish a balanced land use and develop programs aimedat improving roads and transport (Cityof Tampa Design 1).In addition, the comprehensive goal of Tampa city plans to promotefinancial security of the township. Finally, another goal of the planis to preserve the natural resources and features in the city.
Inorder to achieve the stated goals, the comprehensive plan of Tampacity provides specifics of the land use by stating the type ofbuildings, economic activities and residential features that shouldbe included in the land use. The comprehensive plan also includes themaps, descriptive codes and chats to direction the land use of thecity. For instance, the Tampa Zoning Maps (1), enumerates the landuse zones by illustrating codes that guide the land use of the zones.
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