Planning and Zoning
500 Greynolds Circle
Lantana, FL 33462
The Development Services Department is responsible for the administration of the Town of Lantana Code of Ordinances. The Town's Code of Ordinances directly affects the appearance of the Town, as well as land use, landscaping, parking, sustainability and more.
The Town of Lantana Comprehensive Plan addresses the needs and intentions of our community. The Comprehensive Plan concentrates on specific elements for the Town, including Land Use, Transportation, Coastal Management and Capital Improvements.
The Town of Lantana is committed to ensure the overall safety and livability of residential neighborhoods. One way to meet this commitment is through a collaboration of Town staff, residents and other agencies in an effort to minimize the impact of traffic on neighborhoods. The Town of Lantana Neighborhood Traffic Calming Policy and Guidelines provides a process for identifying and addressing problems related to speeding, excessive volumes, and safety on neighborhood streets.
Annexation means adding land to the boundaries of an incorporated municipality, making the property a part of the municipality. This can be accomplished in two ways; a referendum vote and a petition for voluntary annexation. The length of the annexation process varies from one process to another. A voluntary annexation petition may go as quickly as a few months, while a referendum vote can take as long as a year.
As a Lantana citizen, you will have a more direct voice on issues that directly impact the community you live, work and play. Your elected officials, five Town Council members, and various Town officials are easily accessible, while still maintaining your privilege of voting for your county commissioner. For more information about our Annexation program, please see the link below.
Plan Review Committee
The Plan Review Committee (PRC) reviews all proposed development in the Town of Lantana. The PRC reviews all site plans and landscape designs, as well as all special event permits in accordance with the Town Code. The PRC also makes recommendations to the Planning Commission and Town Council on issues such as variances, special exceptions and zoning code revisions.
The PRC meets on the 1st Wednesday every month, (as needed) and consists of the following staff:
Development Service Director (Chairman), Chief of Police, Fire Chief, Town Clerk, Director of Operations, Public Works Assistant Director, Utilities Assistant Director, Town Attorney, Town Engineer, Community Planner