Western Nassau Urban Land Institute TAP
Public participation and open dialogue are paramount to facilitating proper community planning. Nassau County engaged the Urban Land Institute (ULI) North Florida District Council to convene a Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) for the purpose of facilitating community dialogue and studying western Nassau County. As part of the process, ULI and Nassau County hosted a town-hall style meeting to exchange ideas and serve as the catalysis for ongoing community-based dialogue to ensure the citizens of western Nassau are actively engaged in shaping its future.
TAP Event Details
Nassau County and the ULI of North Florida hosted the Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) to discuss growth and the future of Western Nassau in Fall 2017. The town-hall meeting was held on November 8, 2017 at the Callahan Fairgrounds. Everyone wanting to engage in the planning process for Western Nassau was encouraged to attend the meeting to receive information, ask questions and provide insight and feedback. Thank you for your participation and input!
After the event, the ULI North Florida District Council TAP group created a report summarizing information and input, and suggesting recommendations for moving forward. Check out the fact sheet and full report below.
Although the TAP panel has concluded their work, the discussion continues. Keep up with the County's efforts on the Western Nassau Heritage Preservation Committee page.
What is the Urban Land Institute
The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
ULI is committed to:
- Bringing together leaders from across the fields of real estate and land use policy to exchange best practices and serve community needs;
- Fostering collaboration within and beyond ULI’s membership through mentoring, dialogue, and problem solving;
- Exploring issues of urbanization, conservation, regeneration, land use, capital formation, and sustainable development;
- Advancing land use policies and design practices that respect the uniqueness of both the built and natural environments;
- Sharing knowledge through education, applied research, publishing, and electronic media; and
- Sustaining a diverse global network of local practice and advisory efforts that address current and future challenges.
Please visit the Americas ULI website for more information.