New Net Web page Offers Glimpse into Pasco’s Previous
Planning and Growth group goals to spotlight tradition/heritage
In 1887, Grover Cleveland is the 22nd President of america, building begins on the Eiffel Tower and the primary official Groundhog Day is noticed in Pennsylvania. It’s additionally the 12 months Pasco turns into a county!
Reflecting on our previous is a vital a part of planning for our future, and Pasco’s planners are devoted to discovering the steadiness between preservation and growth. That’s why Pasco County’s Planning and Development Department is unveiling our new Historical and Cultural Resources internet web page. The web page, launched in October for Nationwide Group Planning Month,options data for neighbors and companies in our neighborhood.
Sources on the brand new web page embody:
- Movies highlighting Pasco’s historic & archaeological websites
- Map of historic locations in Pasco County
- Hyperlinks to Pasco County landmarks & museums
- Hyperlink to assets for builders with Florida state statutes & Land Growth Code data
- Software for Certificates of Appropriateness pertaining to historic preservation
“Our neighborhood has proven important public curiosity in defending our county’s assets,” says Pasco County Commissioner Kathryn Starkey. “As our county grows, we will need to have consciousness of the significance of preserving our historic origins and knowledge.”
Pasco County works carefully with organizations just like the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation and shares an identical mission of preserving and selling our numerous architectural, historic and cultural heritage.