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Town Center Updates
Community Vision

The City of West Melbourne envisions itself as a place where community members of all ages can interact as true members of a small town, participate in a variety of community events, relax in peaceful public spaces, move easily throughout the community in a variety of ways, benefit from a diverse and prosperous economy, & receive exceptional public services.

The development of a Town Center would contribute to achieving the community vision.  This section of the West Melbourne website is dedicated to providing all the information and documentation related to the Town Center project.  There are many phases associated with this project and the City will be updating this page with the latest information as the project progresses.  For inquiries related to this project, please email the West Melbourne Planning and Economic Development Department at Planning Email.

Project Links

Project Documents

 Visioning Element  West Melbourne February 2017 Report
 City Council Workshop Summary  West Melbourne Community Data - 2012
 City Council Priority Summary  West Melbourne Community Park Master Plan
 Stakeholder Interviews  Town Center Zoning Map
 Stakeholder Interviews Summary  Florida Today Article (October 10, 2015)
 Letter of Support - Promise of Brevard  Florida Today Articel (February 13, 2017)
 Letter of Support - Chamber of Commerce  Ad Requesting Developer Interest in Town Center
 APA and Economic Development Commission Conversation  Minton Road Town Center Mobility Plan (June 12, 2017)

Status of Zoning and Comprehensive Plan Changes to Encourage a Town Center and Road Changes

On January 27th, a number of citizens attended a workshop and provided their input on what land uses and activities they would like to see along Minton Road.  The American Planning Association volunteered for a week in January to help City staff in preparing recommendations of changes on how the city could foster a town center atmosphere.  The American Planning Association is still working on their recommendations and these will be presented to City Council in the upcoming months.

Staff is working with the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council with a grant from the State of Florida.  In the interim, to ensure that no other gas stations submit applications in Minton Road, in that portion from Helen Street (Lowe's traffic signal) to the I-95 overpass, there is a one-year moratorium on new submittals until May 2017.

On February 9th, the city hosted another workshop involving the government agencies of the School Board, Brevard County Public Works and the Space Coast Transportion Planning Organization.  This meeting was also attended by property owners, business owners and others.  Based on the discussion of attendees, staff is working with the county to conduct a corridor study.