2023 Unitary Election
Jacksonville Beach Candidate/Committee Information
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Learn About the Jacksonville Beach Charter Amendment on the Ballot
The Jacksonville Beach City Council has a proposed Charter amendment on the May 16, 2023 ballot. Jacksonville Beach voters are encouraged to read and understand the amendment before you vote. Read the Charter Amendment.
Here is a brief summary of the Charter Amendment:
Explanation, Ballot, Title, Question, Summary, and Text Reference
Question - Downtown Density Bonus Incentive
This Charter amendment would allow for an increase of up to an addition 20 feet, for a total building height of 55 feet, for a redevelopment project on City-owned property, located within the Central Business District, within the boundaries of 1st Street North, 2nd Street North, Latham Plaza, and 111 Beach Boulevard.
B. Ballot Proposal: The ballot title, summary, and question are as follows:
Increase building height up to an additional 20 feet for the Latham Plaza Parking Lot.
The City may exempt a certain City-owned property from the 35 feet building height limit to redevelop the City-owned property bounded by 1st Street North, 2nd Street North, Latham Plaza, and 111 Beach Boulevard for a maximum building height of 55 for a mixed-use redevelopment project with parking structure.
Shall the Jacksonville Beach Charter be amended to allow the redevelopment of a City-owned property bounded by 1st Street North, 2nd Street North, Latham Plaza, and 111 Beach Boulevard, exempting the property from the 35 feet height limit, to allow a maximum building height of 55 feet for a mixed use redevelopment with a parking structure?
C. Text References: Chapter 9, Section 52 (2)(b), (c), (d), (e); all of the City of Jacksonville Beach Charter to be amended as set forth in those sections in the "Proposed Amendment." Click here Version Options2023 Unitary ElectionHeadline to view the document. (Underline text is added to the Charter;
strikethrough text is deleted; unmarked text is existing.)
Important Dates for Voting
- General Election: May 16, 2023
- Voter Registration Deadline: April 17, 2023