A Guide to Planning & Development
By: Florida Chamber Foundation
Florida’s climate, scenic beauty, and cultural and recreational amenities attract residents, tourists, and business from around the globe. The ability to sustain the vibrant communities that make up Florida’s economic fabric is increasingly under pressure from continued growth in Florida’s economy and population.
As Florida’s population grows, the state’s ability to coordinate economic development, land use, and infrastructure, and planning over the next two to twenty years will be a crucial determinant of its ability to sustain additional growth while maintaining a high quality of life.