Land Management


Land Management is responsible for the review of proposed residential and commercial development plans are reviewed to address environmental concerns, including surface and groundwater protection, wetlands, upland buffers, conservation easements, special environmental protection areas, shorelines, boat docks and ramps, soil contamination, and habitat protection. Compliance with Flagler County environmental codes is the guiding principle. 

Various levels of development and land use are analyzed, including: 

           
  • Commercial, industrial, annexation, and land use permits
  • In-fill projects
  • Land use plans
  • New developments
  • Planned developments
  • Pre-application
  • Preliminary subdivision plan
  • Redevelopment
  • Sufficiency reviews

Monday through Friday • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 2
Tim Telfer, Public Lands and Natural Resources Manager, 386-313-4066
Mike Lagasse, Land Management Coordinator, 386-313-4064