“Did You Know?” is the City’s educational effort where the goal is to share information that residents may not be aware of. Topics will include traffic, Parks & Rec, Code Enforcement, and more. Get more information on the topics below:
|Parks & Recreation
|| Solid Waste/Sustainability
- Dunedin’s City-owned infrastructure (water, sewer and solid waste) has the capacity to handle all the recent development with no change in level of service.
- City staff is currently working with developers on a unified Gateway project.
- There was a concern raised regarding recent development having impacted publicly owned greenspace. Citizens can rest assured, Dunedin’s Charter requires a referendum of the electorate and a unanimous vote of the City Commission to sell any public land designated as recreation or open space, and no recent development has impacted publicly owned greenspace.
- While growth is a concern to many residents, according to the Official Population Estimate by University of Florida, Bureau of Economic & Business Research (BEBR), Dunedin has grown by a total of 1733 residents between 2010 and 2019, or a total of about one half of one percent over nine years. Similar numbers are reported by the US Census Bureau.
- The city is mindful of many residents’ concerns that gentrification might displace less affluent residents. All of the recent development has happened on vacant land or land with dilapidated structures.
- To learn more about current development projects, you can check the ‘Development’ tab at the top of the City’s webpage. You can also view the monthly Manager reports on the City Manager’s webpage.
- The City has initiated the Florida Business Incubator as a measure to promote technology jobs as well as other higher paying positions.