February 12, 2020
2100 NW 39 Street
Oakland Park, FL 33309
Neighborhood Participation Meeting- Proposed Self-Storage Facility & Fire Station
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Neighborhood Participation Meeting
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 6:30pm
Oakland Park Fire Station 87
Neighborhood participation meeting program - (Sec. 24-163 e)- The city's neighborhood participation meeting program is designed to emphasize the importance of citizen participation as early as possible in the planning process and its relationship to completing a successful development in Oakland Park. It is the intent of this section to encourage applicants to involve homeowners associations and individuals in the development review process while, at the same time, maintaining a streamlined development approval process. It is not the intent of this section to guarantee or require a successful resolution of any differences between applicants and participants.
A potential applicant has scheduled a Neighborhood Participation Meeting for the property generally located at the southeast corner of Prospect Road and Powerline Road (see property map below). The meeting is scheduled as follows:
Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time: 6:30 P.M.
Meeting Location: Oakland Park Fire Station 87
Address: 2100 Northwest 39th Street, Oakland Park, FL 33309
Richard Beavers of Self-Storage Associates, Inc.
Where is the property? 800 Block of West Prospect Road (Southeast corner of Prospect Road and Powerline Road)
What is being proposed? New Construction of a Self-Storage Facility and City of Oakland Park Fire Station.
Why is the request being made?
Pursuant to Chapter 24, Article XII, Section 163 (E)(2)(a), this type of development requires a Neighborhood Participation Meeting prior to a development application submission.
What is the process for the request?
After the applicant holds the required Neighborhood Participation meeting(s), a site plan application will be reviewed by the Development Review Committee (DRC). The DRC will review the plan for compliance with the applicable Codes. After the initial DRC meeting (to be scheduled at a later date), comments provided by the DRC must be addressed adequately; a resubmittal may be necessary. After the DRC hearing, the applicant’s request will be heard by the Planning & Zoning Board, Board of Adjustment, and subsequently the City Commission.
Note: At the time of Neighborhood Participation stage in the process, staff has had conversations with the
applicant, but until such time that a formal application and review are conducted, it is difficult to ascertain the approvals that may or may not be required as the application is processed.