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Jay D Alexander inside Zip Code 33714 August 16, 2019, 6:07 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Only where currently allowed.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
No, not in either District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes, but only in limited locations.


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Yes, most of the time.


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Urban


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
yes please


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
No allowance of on street parking in family neighbor hood for public safety.
Mobile home parks according to new code should be redeveloped into large scale affordable housing such Duval Park.
Allowing park models on former mobile home sites would be a poor use of large plots of land. The code should promote more developments like Duval Park, not RV parks which will deteriorate quickly.



David Lee inside Zip Code 33714 August 11, 2019, 3:45 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Only where currently allowed.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
No, not in either District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
No


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
No


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood Convenience


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
davidleeti@gmail.com


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
Major concerns:

Eliminate the rideshare loophole
While ridesharing does slightly reduce the amount of cars that need to park in a downtown area, it has no effect on the amount of cars that need to park in suburban neighborhoods. A 5 space parking credit for every 1 rideshare space is a giveaway to developers looking to skirt parking requirements. This loophole would be heavily abused and lead to severe parking shortages.

Solution:
Offer a 2 space credit for 1 rideshare space. Limit this parking credit to 1 per development. Only offer this credit to developments with 17 units or more. Allow food delivery services to also use this space. Consider expanding this credit to commercial establishments that are likely to be frequented by rideshare such as restaurants, stores & transportation hubs.

Encouraging park models
Reconsider the implications of allowing park models to replace mobile homes.

Solution:
Eliminate park models from the FBC. Residents have demanded more affordable housing from government leaders over & over again. By allowing park models, you are inadvertently incentivizing mobile home park owners to maintain the low density status quo rather than redeveloping into higher density affordable housing communities.

Looking to the future, we have a unique opportunity in Lealman with over 80 acres of mobile home parcels. Most of these properties are in ideal locations for higher density multi-story affordable housing projects. The potential exists to add 1000’s of affordable housing units. The FBC should promote this type of redevelopment, not deter it. Allowing park models will hinder this kind of redevelopment and ensure a well known future.

On-street parking in the neighborhoods
On street parking makes sense in the urban, mercantile, makers, and special districts, but not in our neighborhoods. Encouraging vehicles to park in the front instead of the back is in direct conflict with the overall intent of the FBC. This measure would clutter our neighborhoods by bringing cars out of the alley and onto the street. You will end up with great looking FBC buildings and a train of cars parked in front where they were previously not allowed.

The public easement provides important greenspace and should not be given away to developers to meet parking requirements.

Solution:
If a developer wants to use public land for parking, let her/him make the case to the community with the public hearing process. Look for ways to strengthen our public easements with curbing, landscaping, & wider sidewalks.

Buffers & setbacks
In neighborhoods, when a large development abuts existing single family, a 10’ buffer is too low.

Solution:
Increase mandatory buffers to 15’ where new developments abuts existing single family.

Strengthen the buffer requirement to include mandatory visual screening and a 6’ white vinyl fence.

If a developer is interrupting a single family block, require traditional 25’ setbacks and visual screening to ensure neighborhood compatibility.

General comments & questions:

Curbing
Look for opportunities to require curbing when applicable. Consider adding FBC specific curbing requirements when defining street type standards.

Require that new development have interior curbing.

Microbrewery / Distilleries
Would it be possible to increase the allowable capacity to 25k barrels / 100k gallons to make us more competitive in attracting a brewery or distillery?

Notification and review
Consider implementing a limited notification requirement and feedback mechanism for type 1A reviews.

Clarify that a notification requirement exists for type 1B reviews.

Exceptions
Eliminate the zoning clearance grandfather clause.

Sunset previously permitted projects. Use it or lose it.

Neighborhood convenience district
Consider switching the south side of 46th Ave N from 38th St to 46th St back to the neighborhood district. These are well established neighborhood blocks. Those with commercial ambitions in this area could still take advantage of the live/work option.

Consider designating 43rd street from 38th Ave N to 46th Ave N a collector road. This is the main access point for many south Lealman neighborhoods. It has no stop signs, 2 schools, 2 churches, and a traffic light on 38th Ave N.

Remove park under buildings from neighborhood convenience. If a compatible project is proposed, consider it on a case by case basis.

When calculating the building height for park under, clarify that the parking story counts as a story.

Consider limiting excessive lighting for the non-residential uses in this district.

Would it be possible to provide examples of how a 0’ side setback would be beneficial in the neighborhood convenience district?

Live / Work in neighborhood districts
Add detail on this category to ensure neighborhood compatibility. Be clear that live/work buildings should be indistinguishable from other houses on the block.

Limit lighting and require that work trailers / commercial vehicles / equipment be parked behind fencing.

Define “medium density” in the definitions.

Use chart
Providing more detail on where service professions would fit in [or not fit in] would be helpful.

Cemetery
Remove cemeteries as a possible land use.


Name not shown inside Zip Code 34698 August 7, 2019, 8:34 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Specific Lealman FBC Districts (please specify which Districts in the next question).


If you selected the 'Specific Districts' option in the question above, please indicate which districts you feel best to incorporate varied housing types:
Urban, Mercantile, Makers, Neighborhood Convenience, Special District - Warehouse


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Very Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Sometimes


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
34698


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
I do not live/own property within this area.


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Pinellas County Resident


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
This is an opportunity to show Pinellas County what is possible...please do a well thought out, community-friendly for all development!

Name not shown inside Zip Code 33714 August 7, 2019, 5:37 PM

Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
No


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
No


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Moderately Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
No


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Business Owner


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
jmyers@crowncars.com


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
I think the Lealman FBC will hurt development and redevelopment efforts which are sorely needed in Lealman. The additional restrictions to be imposed on businesses will drive businesses away from Lealman, when we need to encourage businesses to come to Lealman. FBC will severely hurt efforts to improve our Lealman community, and hence should not be instituted.

Name not shown inside Zip Code 33710 August 7, 2019, 5:13 AM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Specific Lealman FBC Districts (please specify which Districts in the next question).


If you selected the 'Specific Districts' option in the question above, please indicate which districts you feel best to incorporate varied housing types:
Special District - 34th St/US 19


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
No, not in either District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
No


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
No


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33710


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
I do not live/own property within this area.


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Pinellas County Resident, Work in another adjacent City or area of the County, Other Interested Folks


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
dpwolfe@gmail.com


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
I owned my first home in Lealman. As it grows, please keep property values and public green spaces in mind. Regularly, I visit Ray Neri Park -- I am the videographer who filmed/edited his memorial video sponsored by Tampa Bay Reporter.

ernest blanchard inside Zip Code 33714 August 6, 2019, 9:04 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
All Lealman FBC Districts.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
I do not know/No Opinions


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Yes, most of the time.


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
ernstbln@aol.com

Jody Caldwell inside Zip Code 33714 August 6, 2019, 9:00 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Specific Lealman FBC Districts (please specify which Districts in the next question).


If you selected the 'Specific Districts' option in the question above, please indicate which districts you feel best to incorporate varied housing types:
Neighborhood, Special District - Interchage, Special District - Warehouse


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
I do not know/No Opinion


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Moderately Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes, but only in limited locations.


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Sometimes


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
bozosister@gmail.com


Please share any other thoughts you may have about the proposed Lealman FBC:
I am am glad the Trailer Park on 46th Ave is gone, but how long do they have to clean up the garbage?

Name not shown inside Zip Code 33714 August 6, 2019, 7:57 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
All Lealman FBC Districts.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Yes, most of the time.


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
jophena@aol.com

M.R. Wilson inside Zip Code 33714 August 6, 2019, 6:55 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
All Lealman FBC Districts.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Yes, in both Districts.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
Yes


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Extremely Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
Yes, but only in limited locations.


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Yes, most of the time.


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33714


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident


Would you like to receive information about the Lealman FBC? (Please provide your Email)
wilsbooks2@gmail.com

Name not shown inside Zip Code 33709 August 6, 2019, 6:19 PM

Currently, zoning only allows for single-family detached homes in some residential areas. In the future, where should other housing types be permitted (such as duplexes, condominiums, or small apartment buildings):
Only where currently allowed.


Should garage apartments/accessory dwelling units or live-work units (examples images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
Only in the Neighborhood Convenience District


Should multi-unit residential buildings (typically 3-12 units) (example images shown below) be permitted in the Neighborhood or Neighborhood Convenience Districts?
No, not in either District.


Should all new nonresidential or mixed-use buildings be required to provide additional buffering (such as landscaping, fences, or walls) when adjacent to existing residential?
Yes


Should the new FBC permit mixed-use buildings, residential and nonresidential uses located within the same building, along primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC permit appropriately scaled, mixed-use buildings along non-primary corridors?
No


Should the new FBC require buildings to sit closer to the street along primary corridors to emphasize the pedestrian and promote walkability?
Yes


Should the new FBC allow for adaptive reuse (example images shown below)?
Yes


Alleys can serve as an important means of access for both existing and redeveloped lots. Alleys can also provide an area for utilities, trash pickup, and pedestrian access/connections. How important is it that the new FBC emphasize the use and importance of Lealman's alleyways?
Moderately Important


Should the Lealman FBC permit neighborhood-serving retail and service uses in primarily residential districts?
No


If your neighborhood offered nearby neighborhood retail and service options, would you frequent them by walking or bicycling?
Sometimes


Zoning codes set rules for small commercial buildings and business operations in primarily residential areas. How important is it that the new code has rules for:



Where do you live (zip code)?
33709


What District(s) would your property(ies) be located in under the new Lealman FBC?
Neighborhood


Which of the following describes you? (Choose all that apply)
Lealman Resident, Pinellas County Resident, Work in another adjacent City or area of the County