The general boundary of the study area is Belleair Road to the north, Starkey Road and 66th St. N on the west, 62nd Avenue N. and W. Gandy Blvd. to the south, and Tampa Bay to the northeast. (Click image to view full-size map)
WHAT IS THE GATEWAY AREA?
The Gateway is approximately 30 square miles and is a primary economic engine of Pinellas County and the Tampa Bay region. The general boundaries for this master plan effort include: Belleair Road on the north, Starkey Road on the west, 62nd Avenue North on the south, and Tampa Bay on the east.
WHY THIS STUDY?
The Gateway Master Plan is about creating a vibrant, livable area that continues to attract jobs and includes multiple options to get to work and other destinations safely and conveniently.
Major investments have been made in the area on highway improvements. A well thought-out plan is needed to leverage those investments and foster more efficient land use patterns that enhance the Gateway’s economic viability while reducing congestion and supporting investment in transit and safe bicycle and pedestrian connections.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
The master planning process is approximately 18-months long and includes multiple opportunities for area residents and stakeholders to be engaged in developing a shared vision and strategies to guide future investment.
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?
Get informed about the challenges and opportunities, provide your comments on the input page or join us at a public meeting to let us know what you think! We held the first public Open House on May 10 and will update with future public meetings here.
November 13 – Pinellas Park Public Workshop
November 14 – St. Petersburg Public Workshop
November 15 – Largo Public Workshop
Summary of March Kickoff Meetings
Presentation given at May 10 Open House
July 24 Charette Summary
July 13 Study Management Team Presentation
Draft Existing Conditions Report
Nov. 13 Study Management Team Meeting Presentation
Nov. 13-15 Meeting Boards
Nov. 13-15 Presentations
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