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Land Management
Environmental Review of Development Plans
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

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    (L) Tim Telfer, Public Lands and Natural Resources Manager
    Email  / (386) 313-4066

    (R) Michael Lagasse, Land Management Coordinator
    Email / (386) 313-4064


    Trails provide places for cyclists, hikers, walkers, runners, in-line skaters, equestrians, and physically challenged individuals to exercise and experience the many natural and cultural wonders of the county's urban, suburban, and rural environments. Trails not only serve as community amenities, they also enhance existing recreational resources by linking neighborhoods and schools to parks, waterfronts, recreational areas, and other facilities. They provide a strong link between exercise and good health and an alternative means of transportation.

    These trail systems require careful forethought and planning years in advance of their actual construction. Environmental Planning considers future trail opportunities and works to see them materialize.

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