Zoning & Maps
OverviewBrowse our selection of documents related to zoning and maps in the City of Homestead. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact the Planning & Zoning Division at (305) 224-4529.
City of Homestead Comprehensive Plan
The City of Homestead’s Comprehensive Plan is a guiding document aimed at enhancing economic development and protecting the quality of life for residents in the city by establishing measurable indicators to determine progress and success. The comprehensive plan is intended to provide effective, long-term future direction for redevelopment and new growth.
City of Homestead Code for detailed information.
Commercial Development StandardsThe City of Homestead’s Commercial Development Standards is a guiding document aimed at achieving aesthetic compatibility, implementation of sign regulations, increased pedestrian-oriented facilities, and establishing development incentives and design criteria throughout the commercial districts.
Community Rating System (CRS)The National Flood Insurance Program's (NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS) is a voluntary incentive program that recognizes and encourages community floodplain management activities that exceed the minimum NFIP requirements.
Development Review Process HandbookThe City of Homestead’s Development Review Process Handbook is a living document that functions as a user-friendly guide to potential applicants who would like information pertaining to the development review process. The handbook contains a summary of the city’s relevant planning, building, zoning, business tax receipt, and administrative functions that are managed by the Development Services Department.
flood area maps in order to give residents ample time to prepare for hurricane season and tropical storms.
Future Land Use Map (FLUM)The City of Homestead’s Future Land Use Map corresponds to goals set forth in the city’s comprehensive plan and displays the intended implementation of future land development codes. For development to be processed, the Future Land Use Map designation must be implemented by a coordinated zoning category.
MDCPS Concurrency FormThe Miami Dade County Public School (MDCPS) Concurrency Form is required for all proposed residential development applications. Developers are required to submit this form to the city of Homestead’s Planning Division in order to facilitate the public school facility review process. * Please note that all materials contained herein are provided "as is" and may contain inaccuracies. User is warned to utilize the materials at users own risk and to verify the materials accuracy independently.
Northwest Master PlanThe City of Homestead’s Northwest Master Plan is a guiding document aimed to provide a set of strategies for the enhancement of the Northwest Neighborhood. The Northwest Master Plan considers both the strengths and challenges the area possesses in order to make lasting improvements.
Official Zoning MapThe City of Homestead’s Official Zoning Map displays all of the current zoning districts found within the city’s municipal boundaries. * Please note that all materials contained herein are provided "as is" and may contain inaccuracies. User is warned to utilize the materials at users own risk and to verify the materials accuracy independently.
Parks Master PlanThe City of Homestead’s Parks Master Plan is a guiding document aimed at illustrating the city’s vision for the creation of future parks, recreation, and trails that will enhance the quality of life and the economic success of the city.
Southwest Master PlanThe City of Homestead’s Master Plan is a guiding document aimed to ensure that development in the Southwest neighborhood is compact, pedestrian-friendly, and controlled to allow mixed-use functions. These development standards create a more sustainable built environment, and thus maintain the community’s character over the long term.
Southwest Neighborhood Master Plan Subarea MapThe Southwest Neighborhood Master Plan Subarea Map corresponds to the Southwest Master Plan’s goal of promoting mixed-use development, and shows the division of mixed-use subareas in the Southwest neighborhood.
Transportation and Transit Master PlanThe City of Homestead’s Transportation and Transit Master Plan is a guiding document aimed to ensure that the development of the city’s roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit infrastructure provides safe and efficient mobility within the city.
Zoning Inquiry FormPlease download the City's Zoning Inquiry Form to find out information about: a property's zoning; the list of uses are permitted on the property; the applicable code section for the property; or, the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) designation of the property. You can mail the completed form with a non-refundable check or money order for $25.00 payable to: City of Homestead to Zoning Inquiry, City of Homestead, Development Services, 100 Civic Court, Homestead, FL 33030 or bring your completed form and payment to the Development Services Department.
* Please note that all materials contained herein are provided "as is" and may contain inaccuracies. User is warned to utilize the materials at user's own risk and to verify the materials accuracy independently.