Apopka's Land Development Code

Updated for the 21st Century

About the Project

The City of Apopka is conducting a major update to its Land Development Code (LDC). The current LDC is now out-of-date, and needs to be comprehensively updated in order to better implement the City’s Comprehensive Plan 2030 and Grow Apopka 2025 Vision Plan. The update will also ensure the City’s development regulations are internally consistent, modernized, aligned with contemporary zoning best practices, and more user-friendly.


The LDC update project is a significant undertaking, and is expected to take 14 months to complete. The project is divided into five tasks, as follows.









How to Get Involved in the Rewrite Process

The Land Development Code update project encourages public input and interaction. Here are ways you can get involved:

  • Complete the Land Development Code survey. This will be especially helpful during Tasks 1 and 2.
  • Request to be included in our e-mail list to receive announcements, meeting invitations, and notifications of new work products for review. To sign up, or to submit general comments about the project at any time, send an email to apkzoningupdate[at]apopka[dot]net
  • Participate and provide feedback at public meetings. See the new and noteworthy section below for announcements about upcoming meetings. Review our work products as they are posted on this website, and comment when you believe appropriate.


New And Noteworthy

Your input is needed! During the early stage of the project it is important to hear the community's goals for the project. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey on the Land Development Code update.


Join us for a joint meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission:

May 25, 2017 (See Presentation Slides)

4:00PM to 6:00PM

City Council Chambers

Apopka City Hall

120 East Main Street

Apopka, FL 32703

Project Status

The Apopka Land Development Code Update project kicked off in January 2017. The project consultants have produced an assessment of the land development code.

You can see the assessment here: Apopka Land Development Code Assessment