HOW SHALL WE GROW?
CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL GROWTH VISION
HOW CAN THE VISION BECOME REALITY?
ELECTED OFFICIALS PLEDGE TO CONTINUE WORKING TOGETHER
Elected Officials across Central Florida have pledged to take the lead in moving the Central Florida Regional Growth Vision from vision to reality.
The Central Florida Regional Compact shows how the elected leaders of our region pledge to continue working together on issues of regional significance.
The Central Florida Regional Policy Framework uses six regional principles that display what matters most to the residents of Central Florida as the guide for what needs to be done to move the vision forward.
Central Florida Regional Compact: Click here for the full Compact
Central Florida Regional Policy Framework: Click here for the full Policy Framework
CENTRAL FLORIDA RESIDENTS COMMIT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
During the "How Shall We Grow?" Regional Summit on August 10, 2007, more than 300 residents of Central Florida made commitments on what they could do, either personally or professionally, to help move Central Florida from our current development path to one that reflects the Central Florida Regional Growth Vision.
Click below to read the individual commitments:
Key Actions: Planning and Policy Recommendations
Key Actions: Business/Organization Commitment
Key Actions: Individual Commitment
WHAT CAN I DO TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Whether in our homes, our communities or our places of business, all of us can help influence the future of our region through simple choices.
There are many "little actions" that we can "choose" to make that can help ensure that Central Florida will continue to be a place where we can live, learn, work and play.
The Central Florida Regional Growth Vision reflects four key themes (Conservation, Countryside, Centers and Corridors) for how we can maintain a region where our children and grandchildren can enjoy a high quality of life.
Click here to see opportunities all of us have to impact the future in these four areas through our actions and choices.