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Planning and Development

US 19 Corridor Redevelopment Plan


NEW! - US 19 Redevelopment Plan Wins Two Regional Awards


US 19 plan cover

Over time US 19 has transitioned from a roadway providing land access to a limited-access highway, affecting the success of certain land uses along the corridor. The US 19 Corridor Redevelopment Plan answers questions including the following:

  • How can it become a more attractive place in the city?
  • What's the right mix and pattern of land uses?
  • Can we make it easier and safer to travel from place to place?
  • How can we ensure new projects make positive contributions to the city's economic vitality and sustainability?

The US 19 Corridor Redevelopment Plan is a guiding document that summarizes the current context of the corridor and sets forth an implementable vision to strengthen the identity, design, mobility, and competitiveness of the corridor in the region. The strategies identified in the Plan fall primarily under the purview of the City but also state the need for coordination with area businesses and various governmental entities. The project was funded through the Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant program, and builds upon goals and strategies contained in Clearwater Greenprint.

US 19 Clearwater Corridor Redevelopment Plan Documents