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Comprehensive Development Master Plan (CDMP) Adopted Components
The Comprehensive Development Master Plan (CDMP) is organized into 12 Plan Elements preceded by a Statement of Legislative Intent. Each Element contains components, which are adopted, plus support components which are not adopted but which provide background information.
Only the components of the CDMP, which are adopted as County policy, are contained in this report. The support components of the Plan Elements are contained in separate documents, particularly the 2010 Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR).
Each of the Support Components and EAR reports include background data and analyses, inventories of existing conditions, methodologies projections or other estimates of future conditions, and summaries of applicable State, regional and preexisting County plan policies.
CDMP: Adopted Components
On October 2, 2013 the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners adopted amendments to 11 of the 12 CDMP elements, implementing a major update to the CDMP based on the 2010 Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR). These adopted amendments were transmitted to the State Land Planning Agency (the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity) for review to determine their compliance with state law and issuance of a Notice of Intent, pursuant to Chapter 163 of the Florida Statues. The State Land Planning Agency found the amendments ‘In Compliance’ with state law and issued this finding in a Notice of Intent published on December 4, 2013. The adopted amendments became effective upon publication of the Notice of Intent. The CDMP adopted components provided below includes the amendments adopted through November 18, 2015.
- TOC, Introduction & Statement of Legislative Intent
- I. Land Use Element (6.15 MB)
- II. Transportation Element (10.3 MB)
- III. Housing Element
- IV. Conservation, Aquifer Recharge and Drainage Element
- V. Water, Sewer and Solid Waste Element
- VI. Recreation and Open Space Element
- VII. Coastal Management Element
- VIII. Intergovernmental Coordination Element
- IX. Capital Improvements Element (1.25 MB)
- X. Educational Element (1.17 MB)
- XI. Economic Element
- XII. Community Health and Design Element
NOTICE: The original true and correct copy of the official Land Use Plan map is maintained by the Director of the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources. This is a reproduction. Any question regarding information shown on this reproduction shall be resolved by reference to the original.
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