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Policy Summary

This provision sets forth the general purpose and intent of the City's land development code and is not a law per se. It states, among other things, an intent to "promote green and sustainable development through carbon footprint reduction, water conservation and reuse, energy conservation, renewable energy use, recycling and waste reduction, vegetation, urban agriculture, and hazard-resilient development."

Background Information

State Florida
Jurisdiction Name Daytona Beach
Jurisdiction Type City,
Population Size 50,000-200,000
Legal Strategies
  • Expressly allows something
Reach Community-wide
Food System Category Grow; Get;

Policy Details

Refers to priority populations?
No

Health-related goal?
Yes

Public health, safety, and general welfare (§ 1.3)

Environmental goal?
Yes

Promote green and sustainable development through carbon footprint reduction, water conservation and reuse, energy conservation, renewable energy use, recycling and waste reduction, vegetation, urban agriculture, and hazard-resilient development. (§ 1.3)

Economic goal?
No

Includes findings?
No

Has a stated intent or purpose?
Yes

"This provision is itself a purpose and intent statement. It includes, inter alia, the following language: ""The general purpose of this Code is to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare, and to implement the goals, objectives, and policies of the Daytona Beach Comprehensive Plan. More specifically, this Code is intended to do the following, consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the comprehensive plan...Promote green and sustainable development through carbon footprint reduction, water conservation and reuse, energy conservation, renewable energy use, recycling and waste reduction, vegetation, urban agriculture, and hazard-resilient development."" (§ 1.3)"

Includes definitions?
Yes

§ 11.5

Addresses implementation?
Unclear

Art. II sets forth various administrative details with respect to the code in general. §§ 2.1-2.12

Enforcement provisions?
No

Evaluation component?
No

Requires extra investment?
No

Code context and ordinance history

"Daytona Beach, Florida - Land Development Code ARTICLE 1. - GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec. 1.3. - General purpose and intent. "