This page was last updated: November 18, 2016
Voter Information for Sarasota County
GET INVOLVED in Your County, Your City and Your F210 Neighborhood . . .
WATCH for YELLOW Signs
around your F210 Neighborhood...
READ them, get involoved immediately.
See Something = SAY Something . . .
By the time any Yellow "PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE" signs appear there has been 1-2 years of preparation by Landowners & SCGOV Planning Commission.
Find out more information by calling the phone number listed on the sign.
or call 941-861-5000 Sarasota County call center
NEED INFO on Sarasota County?
Sarasota County Government call center . . . they know everything.
Call and ask your question, they will either answer it or direct you
to the correct department to find your information.
Civics 101 - Sign up with a friend!
Don't miss your chance to go "behind-the-scenes" with
Sarasota County's Act II: Very Important Public Services.
Report Road Potholes to
Sarasota County Gov't.
40 — Average age
2,000 — households
5,000 — approximate number of residents
1,300 — families
60 — percentage of residents with college education
by: Jessica Salmond Staff Writer
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F210 Community . . . Your County Commissioner CANDIDATES:
Candidates for: Sarasota County Commissioner
District 1 = your F210 Neighborhood
Sarasota County to keep limits on Fruitville Park of Commerce
SARASOTA COUNTY — Government will keep its limits on what can be built at the Fruitville Park of Commerce, siding with residents looking to stave off at least some of the development coming to the area just east of Interstate 75.
The unanimous vote Wednesday by the Sarasota County Commission denied a request to lift covenant restrictions . . .
by Zack Murdodck - Published: Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 5:12 p.m
Sarasota Herald Tribune - Read the full article HERE
SIDEWALKS for Richardson Road & 17th Street!
Did you get this postcard?
The sidewalks will be located on one side of the south side of the existing road right-of-way. The sidewalks will have connections with existing sidewalks and crosswalks. Roadway lighting is also planned for this stretch of Richardson Road.
Emergency vehicles will have unrestricted access
at all times. Pedestrians and motorists should use caution while traveling through the area and expect some minor delays.
WORK has already begun and is scheduled to
be complete by the end of January 2017
Oct. 11th is the deadline to register or to change your political party
affiliation to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 8th General Election.
Survey on Housing Affordability - Sarasota County
Dear Candidates, I just wanted to add a comment to our Tuesday night's District I Candidates for County Commissioner's debate, as it reminded me of how proud I am to be an American residing in Sarasota Florida. Thank you all for your sharing your aspiring commitment to serve in this most important local public service role.
Wishing you all the best for a great race, Mona Baker - F210 Board Member
1. TAKE our Survey - give us your opinion
2. Email Us what's happening
in your part of F210
Let us hear from you . . .
Sarasota County is seeking your input on the important issue of housing affordability for our workforce. We want to hear your thoughts on identifying what's causing the gaps in the housing
mix between supply and demand, and your ideas for developing
and implementing creative solutions to address those gaps.
Please share your thoughts on this important community topic
by providing your input through a quick online survey.
Your valuable input will be part of an overall evaluation of existing impediments, and opportunities, and will supplement ongoing policies to increase the supply of housing within the county that
is affordable to those residents with moderate to lower incomes
(i.e. workforce housing).
Please share your thoughts and ideas by visiting
For more information, call the Sarasota County Contact Center at
1. Do you believe it is important for housing to
be affordable for people who work in our community?
Why or why not?
2. What type of workers
is it important to have housing for?
3. . . . .