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Posted on: March 23, 2021

Transit Oriented Corridor East

The City of Wilton Manors hosted two Open House sessions at the Kiwanis Club located at 2749 NE 14 Avenue on the TOC-E Expansion Land Use Plan Amendment Project on:

Monday, March 29, 2021 from 9:00am to 3:00pm and Tuesday, March 30, 2021 from 4:00pm to 7:30pm.

There was also an additional workshop on Monday night, March 29, at 6:30pm via zoom.  This meeting will further develop the idea of of development hubs on transit oriented corridors. The City Commission will discuss appropriate locations for hubs (previously referred to as nodes) within the Urban Center Zoning Districts.  The roadways within these Districts include Wilton Drive, NE 26 Street, Dixie Highway, Andrews Avenue, and Oakland Park Boulevard.  Hubs are areas where higher density mixed use developments can occur that feature a pedestrian-friendly environment that fosters walkability and accessibility.  We want your input on this subject!    The zoom link is or you can enter via telephone at 833 548 0282 (Toll Free) using the meeting code 988 4411 7299.  

 Submitting Public Comment via email:  PRIOR to the start of the meeting, submit comments by email to . Please include your name and address in the email. All comments submitted by email comment length shall be, if read orally, two (2) minutes or less.  Public Comment received by 5:30pm prior to the start of the meeting will be read into the record by the Clerk, and attached to the public record.  All other comments submitted by email prior to the start of the meeting shall be made a part of the public record.

- Participating in Meeting: Log-in to Zoom via browser, app or phone.  During Public Comment portion of the agenda use Raise Hand feature to be called on.  Raise Hand feature can be activated by selecting the icon. If you are on app on phone, icon is on the bottom of your screen. If you are on a tablet, icon is on the top right of your screen. If you are on a PC or laptop, icon is on the bottom of the screen.  If you are calling in to the meeting, Dial *9.  

 The purpose of the TOC-E Expansion Land Use Plan Amendment Project Open House is to allow members of the community to stop by and ask questions of Community Development Services Director Roberta Moore.  The Wilton Manors Police Department will also be present during the Open House sessions to be able to address questions on how the proposed TOC-E land use change would impact the community, what impacts to public safety and the City’s response to these impacts.

 Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will be limitations to the number of individuals who can be inside the Kiwanis Club at a given time. We will be adhering to all CDC guidelines during the Open House, which include facial coverings and maintaining social distancing.

 If you have any questions, please contact Roberta Moore, Community Development Services Director at (954) 390-2180 or


On Tuesday, March 16, 2021 Wilton Manors hosted a workshop regarding the proposed land use change for NE 26 Street, east of NE 15th Avenue.  The existing land use on NE 26 Street only allows for single use, which is currently designated for commercial or residential uses.  The proposed land use change would allow for mixed use along the corridor in the future.  

This land use amendment project does not address building heights, density, setbacks, or the types of businesses that would be permitted as part of the mixed use.  These issues will be addressed at a later time, and will occur as zoning regulations are developed.  Several additional community meetings will take place to  define the vision and impact for NE 26 Street and its surrounding neighborhoods.  

The density and zoning regulations for the City’s other Transit Oriented Corridors have been in the development process for many months and do not take a one-size-fits-all approach.  The character of each corridor is carefully considered with community outreach and different regulations have been drafted for each area.  A similar process will occur for this project.  

If you have not already shared your opinion, we would love to hear from you.  Send you written comments to public

Watch and listen to the 3/16/21 workshop, including  the presentation and public comments by clicking here.

Here's the powerpoint presentation from the workshop. 

In the weeks to come, additional meetings, workshops and open houses will be held to review the project details.  Stay tuned to this page, or sign up for our weekly eblast for more information.  

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