Villages of Pasadena Planning and Policy Committee (VOPH)
- VOPH Comprehensive Plan
- VOPH LDC Stewardship Ordinance
- VOPH Financial Plan
- Fee Credit Registry Form
- VOPH Master Roadway Plan
VOPH 2021 APPROVED REVISIONS
VOPH Comprehensive Plan Goal FLU 6:
FULL Booklet with Text, Figures and Tables - revised January 26, 2021
Distribution of VOPH Dev Review and Administration Fees (Additional text in red) - BCC Adopted September 28, 2021
Figure PH-2 Pasadena Hills Land Use Vision Plan - revised January 26, 2021
Figure PH-5 Future Land Use Map with Core Reserve Overlay - revised January 26, 2021
Figure PH-6 Pasadena Hills Future Land Use Map - revised January 26, 2021
Figure PH-7 Village Location Map - revised with Village I borders January 26, 2021
Figure PH-8 Village Separator or Rural Enclave Buffer - revised January 26, 2021
VOPH Land Development Code Chapter 600 Stewardship Ordinance:
FULL Booklet with text and exhibits - revised August 3, 2022
Exhibit 602-C VOPH Transportation, School and Park Development Fees - revised January 26, 2021
Exhibit 602-D VOPH Property Owners Group Credits - revised January 26, 2021
VOPH Master Roadway Plan Full Booklet with Text, Plan Exhibits, Intersection Map, Summary Table and Appendices Roadway Sections (Exhibit 602-E) (Please be patient. Documents are large and take time to extra time to load.)
Master Roadway Plan - BCC Adopted May 5, 2020
VOPH Master Roadway Plan: East West Street A (Tyndall Road) Right of Way - revised BCC Sept 28, 2021 (From North South Avenue B to Highland Blvd)
VOPH Financial Plan Full Booklet with Text, Tables and Exhibits:
Fee Credit Registry Forms (UNDER CONSTRUCTION):
Utility Surcharge Credit Eligibility Criteria Form
This form will be provided to Developers by County staff at preliminary meetings with PDD Current Planning, preferably at Development Review and Administration Fee at PDD Intake. The information provides Developers with an understanding of what utility transmission infrastructure improvements are eligible or not for Utility Surcharge credits.
Surcharge Credit Request Application Checklist Form
After the utility infrastructure is constructed, in place, and accepted by Pasco County Utilities (PCU), the Developer may apply for surcharge credits by submitting the above form who will then determine the actual eligible surcharge credit amount. Once reviewed and verified, a signed Utility Surcharge Credit Letter will be issued.
Standard Utility Surcharge Credit Letter.
Provide proof to the County that the Developer owns credits that can be redeemed to pay his surcharges and/or can register these credits (partially or all on the Registry).
Standard Purchase Agreement of Utility Surcharge Credit Letter
Provide proof to the County that the Developer has purchased Utility Surcharge Credits at par from those listed on the Fee Credit Registry. This allows the Developer to use the credits to pay for the remaining fees of his Utility Surcharges.
Standard Request to Register Credits Letter
Information needed to register Developer’s credits on the Fee Credit Registry so future developers can purchase these credits on par, and thus help reimburse the owner of credits for expenses in installing the transmission lines in VOPH that future developers/builders will connect to.