Business Impact Statements

Business Impact Estimates are provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes before the enactment of proposed ordinances. 

ORDINANCE 2024-03

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING ARTICLE II (ART IN PUBLIC PLACES) OF CHAPTER 14 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR IN SECTION 14-33 TO DELETE THE REQUIREMENT FOR REPORTING ANY BUILDING PERMIT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF A COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE TO THE CITY’S PUBLIC ARTS COMMITTEE; DELETING SECTION 14-36 RELATING TO APPEALS AND HEARINGS; RENUMBERING SECTION 14-37 RELATING TO OWNERSHIP AND MAINTENANCE TO SECTION 14-36; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

☐        The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;

☐         The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;

☐         The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;

☐         The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;

☐         The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;

☐         The ordinance relates to procurement; or

☐         The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:

a. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;

b. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;

c. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or

d. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes.

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1. Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): This ordinance eliminates language referring requiring submission of a commercial structure to the City’s public arts committee for the purpose of reviewing fine art which no longer exists. It also eliminates the appeal process relates to the failure of approval by the cultural affairs advisory board (which also does not exist). 

2. An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs.

 There will be no direct economic impact.

3. Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance:  None, as the process is not currently in place.

4. Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): None.

ORDINANCE 2024-02

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, REPLACING THE NAME OF THE “LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT” WITH THE NAME OF THE “PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT” AND REPLACING THE WORDS “LEISURE SERVICES”  WITH “PARKS AND RECREATION” IN SECTIONS 3.11.1, 11.2.2.1, 26-121,   26-126,  26-129, 26-130, 42-31, 42-35, 42-42, 42-66, 42-117 AND 42-123 OF THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

☐        The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;

☐         The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;

☐         The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;

☐         The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;

☐         The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;

☐         The ordinance relates to procurement; or

☐         The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:

a. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;

b. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;

c. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or

d. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes.

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1. Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): 

This ordinance changes the name of the Leisure Services Department to the Parks and Recreation Department. The change provides clarity and aligns the department’s name more closely with its primary functions of managing parks and organizing recreational activities. “Parks and Recreation” is a widely recognized term that clearly communicates the department’s focus, enhancing public understanding and engagement. 

2. An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs.

 There will be no direct economic impact. 

3. Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: None. 

4. Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): None.

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2024-01

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, CALLING FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION ON AUGUST 20, 2024, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FILLING A VACANCY ON THE CITY COUNCIL; IDENTIFYING THE PINELLAS COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD AS THE CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE AUGUST 20, 2024 SPECIAL ELECTION; PROVIDING FOR A REPEAL OF ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCE IN CONFLICT HEREWITH TO THE EXTENT OF SUCH CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1. Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): This Ordinance sets the Special Election Date for August 20, 2024 to provide for the orderly transition of office. In accordance with City Charter Section 6.06, the City Council designates the Pinellas County Canvassing Board to serve as the Canvassing Board for the City of Oldsmar for the August 20, 2024 Special Election.

2. An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any:

(a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur;

(b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and

(c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs.

There will be no direct economic impact.

3. Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: None.

4. Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): None.

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-15

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REMOVE THE BOND RATING REFERENCE AND UPDATED POLICIES WITH REFERENCE TO THE CITY’S ENTERPRISE FUNDS; REFINE THE LANGUAGE OF POLICY 1.3.3 ADDRESSING CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REGARDING ADEQUACY OF WATER SUPPLIES TO SERVE NEW DEVELOPMENT; MOVE POLICIES 1.3.5 AND 1.3.6 UNDER OBJECTIVE 1.1 FOR BETTER REFLECTION OF THE OBJECTIVE; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Provide for planning of capital projects and improvements over a designated time that involve public facilities and infrastructure; enhance the quality of life for residents and support the community's growth and development.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-14

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO UPDATE REFERENCE TO THE PARTNERING AGENCIES AND RELEVANT DOCUMENTS: PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Provide strategies and guidelines on collaboration, communication, and cooperation among different government entities, such as cities, counties, towns, and some state or federal agencies, and serving the public welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-13

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REMOVE OUTDATED REFERENCES TO 9J-5, F.A.C.; UPDATE POLICIES REGARDING THE LEVEL OF SERVICE (LOS) AND UPDATE THE CURRENT LIST OF FACILITIES IN TABLE 1 FOR CONSISTENCY WITH THE CURRENT NATIONAL RECREATION AND PARK ASSOCIATION (NRPA) METRICS STANDARDS; SPECIFY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH THE ADVISORY BOARD PROVISIONS; UPDATE LANGUAGE REGARDING ACCESSIBILITY, CONNECTIVITY AND WAYFINDING; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Establish strategies and policies for the recreation, preservation, and accessibility of recreational areas; serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-12

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE HOUSING ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO UPDATE APPENDIX A TO INCLUDE UPDATED DATA AND ANALYSIS REPORT AND REMOVE OUTDATED REFERENCE TO THE 9J-5, F.A.C.; UPDATE POLICY 2.1.1 AND REMOVE ANY LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE DENSITY INCENTIVE NEAR GUIDED RAIL OR BUS RAPID TRANSIT; TO REFERENCE A PROPOSED PLANNED REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT LAND USE CATEGORY, APPROPRIATE FOR FUTURE MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT AS PART OF THE ADVANTAGE PINELLAS CORRIDOR PLANNING GUIDELINES; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose ,such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Formulates strategies and policies to guide the provision, accessibility, and diversity of housing options within Oldsmar, serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-11

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION ELEMENT TO SEPARATE IT INTO TWO ELEMENTS, ONE OF WHICH IS THE COASTAL MANAGEMENT ELEMENT, OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND TO PROVIDE PRINCIPLES, GUIDELINES, STANDARDS, AND STRATEGIES THAT WILL GUIDE THE CITY OF OLDSMAR IN DECISION MAKING AND PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AS REQUIRED BY SECTIONS 163.3177(6)(G) AND 163.3178 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES, TO PLAN FOR AND, WHERE APPROPRIATE, RESTRICT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES WHERE SUCH ACTIVITIES WOULD DAMAGE OR DESTROY COASTAL RESOURCES; TO PROTECT HUMAN LIFE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY, AND COASTAL RESOURCES AGAINST THE EFFECTS OF NATURAL DISASTERS; AND TO LIMIT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES IN AREAS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO DESTRUCTION BY NATURAL DISASTERS; TO MAINTAIN, RESTORE, AND ENHANCE THE OVERALL QUALITY OF THE COASTAL ZONE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ITS AMENITIES AND AESTHETIC VALUES; TO PRESERVE RECREATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL WORKING WATERFRONT; TO PROTECT HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES IN THE COASTAL STORM AREA; TO DISCOURAGE POPULATION CONCENTRATIONS IN THE COSTAL STORM AREA, EXCEPT AS MAY BE PERMITTED BY SPECIAL ZONING, SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 4.2.7.1 OF THE COUNTYWIDE RULES AND SECTION 163.3178(8)(A), FLORIDA STATUTES; TO PROTECT COASTAL WETLANDS, WATER SURFACE AND WILDLIFE HABITATS THROUGH MAINTENANCE AND ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS; TO LIMIT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES THAT SUBSIDIZE DEVELOPMENT IN COASTAL STORM AREAS, UNLESS THERE IS AN OVERRIDING PUBLIC INTEREST TO ENSURE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE; TO ADDRESS FIVE KEY COMPONENTS PERTAINING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PERIL OF FLOOD ACT (BUT EXCLUDES THE CCCL LINES COMPONENT SINCE IT IS NOT APPLICABLE TO OLDSMAR); PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Outlines strategies and guidelines for the sustainable management and development of coastal areas, considering environmental conservation, recreation, and infrastructure; serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A 

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-10

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION ELEMENT TO SEPARATE IT INTO TWO ELEMENTS, ONE OF WHICH IS THE NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ELEMENT, OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND TO ADDRESS THE IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS NATURAL RESOURCES WITHIN THE CITY’S BOUNDARIES, INCLUDING WATER SOURCES, WETLANDS, FLOODPLAINS, MINERALS, SOILS, WILDLIFE HABITATS, AND MORE; EMPHASIZE THE NEED FOR PRINCIPLES, GUIDELINES, AND STANDARDS FOR CONSERVATION, COVERING ASPECTS LIKE AIR QUALITY, WATER CONSERVATION, PROTECTION OF MINERALS AND SOILS, WILDLIFE HABITAT CONSERVATION, AND WETLANDS MANAGEMENT; REMOVE OUTDATED REFERENCES TO THE 9J-5, F.A.C.; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose,  such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Protection and conservation of natural resources and serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-09

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO MODERNIZE LANGUAGE AND POLICIES THAT ARE BROUGHT UP TO DATE WITH EXTERNAL APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS; ADJUST THE OBJECTIVES LANGUAGE TO INDICATE CONDITIONS THAT NEED TO CHANGE AND POLICY LANGUAGE TO INDICATE ACTIONABLE STEPS FOR THE CITY TO TAKE TO ACHIEVE OBJECTIVE; UPDATE THE WATER RESOURCES SECTION TO BETTER REFLECT THE PROJECTS AND GOALS ASSOCIATED WITH A REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT, AND SUBSTANTIAL CHANGES NEEDED TO CAPTURE THIS CHANGE; UPDATE THE DRAINAGE AND STORMWATER ELEMENTS TO BE CONSISTENT WITH GOALS AND REQUIREMENTS OF NEW STATE LEGISLATION; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Outlines the framework for municipal services that support and sustain our community, including water, sanitary sewer, solid waste, and storm water.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-08

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REMOVE SPECIFIC LANGUAGE UNDER MOBILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, POLICY 1.1.1, TO REFERENCE PROVISIONS IN THE RELATED PINELLAS COUNTY ORDINANCES AND ADOPTED CITY OF OLDSMAR LAND DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE REGULATIONS; CONSOLIDATE OBJECTIVE 1.8 WITH OBJECTIVE 1.2 AND RENUMBER POLICIES ACCORDINGLY; INCLUDE POLICIES ON MICROMOBILITY, GOLF CART USERS ACCOMMODATIONS AND MULTIMODAL PROVISIONS; UPDATE LANGUAGE ON DESIGN STANDARDS REGARDING LIVABLE/COMPLETE STREETS, INCLUDE DIRECTION TO ESTABLISH A COMPLETE STREETS AND ENCOURAGE CONTEXT-SENSITIVE DESIGN STREET IMPROVEMENTS THAT ACCOMMODATE MULTIPLE TRANSPORTATION METHODS AND ALL USERS, REGARDLESS OF AGE OR ABILITY; INCORPORATE UPDATED POLICY LANGUAGE FROM ADVANTAGE PINELLAS REGARDING CORRIDOR PLANNING; REVISE LANGUAGE ON RIGHT-OF-WAY PROTECTION WITH SPECIFIC STRATEGIES TO ENSURE ADEQUATE RIGHT-OF-WAY;  ADD LANGUAGE DEVELOPING AN APPROACH FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFE STREETS PINELLAS ACTION PLAN, VISION ZERO PLANNING, AND TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAMS IN THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare):  Establishes a framework for addressing Oldsmar’s present and future mobility needs, encompassing various modes of transportation and infrastructure; serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A

Business Impact Estimate


Proposed ordinance’s title/reference: ORDINANCE 2023-07

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF OLDSMAR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REORGANIZE CONTENT OF FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT; REMOVE OUTDATED AGENCY NAMES; REMOVE REFERENCE TO STATION AREA PLANNING AND RAIL GOAL OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES; ADD NEW FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY OF PLANNED REDEVELOPMENT CATEGORY (PRD); REMOVE RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN LAND USE CATEGORY FROM FLU PLAN; REMOVE TARGET EMPLOYMENT CENTER OVERLAY CATEGORY FROM TABLE 1; REMOVE REDUNDANCY UNDER R/O/OG, R/O/R AND INDUSTRIAL LIMITED LAND USE CATEGORIES REFERENCING MAXIMUM ISR STANDARDS AND UPDATE ANY REFERENCE TO ISR AS A RATIO AND NOT A PERCENTAGE; REMOVE THE MIXED-USE LANGUAGE STANDARDS FROM CATEGORIES THAT ONLY PERMIT COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL USES; INCORPORATE COMMENTS FROM FORWARD PINELLAS TO INCLUDE A SPECIFIC LIST OF PERMITTED USES FOR EACH FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY AND IDENTIFY USES SUBJECT TO ACREAGE THRESHOLDS, AMENDMENT TO RESIDENTIAL/OFFICE GENERAL CATEGORY TO INCLUDE ACREAGE LIMITATION OF 5 ACRES FOR RESIDENTIAL USES, INCLUDE STATEMENT FOR DENSITY/INTENSITY CALCULATION FOR ALL CATEGORIES HAVING BOTH RESIDENTIAL DENSITY AND NONRESIDENTIAL INTENSITY STANDARDS, INCLUDE A REQUIRED MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA RATIO STANDARD FOR ANY STRUCTURES THAT ARE ALLOWED TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN THE RECREATION/OPEN SPACE OR PRESERVATION CATEGORIES, INCLUDE A STATEMENT MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 4.2.7.1 OF THE COUNTYWIDE RULES AND SECTION 163.3178(8)(A) OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES FOR ANY LARGE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENTS THAT INCREASE DENSITIES OR INTENSITIES WITHIN THE COASTAL HIGH HAZARD AREA (CHHA), AMEND POLICY 2.1.1 REFERENCING CRD DEVELOPMENT IN THE CHHA TO INCLUDE A REFERENCE TO SECTION 4.2.7.1 OF THE COUNTYWIDE RULES AND SECTION 163.3178(8)(A) OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES, AMEND POLICIES 5.1.1 AND 5.1.2 TO REFERENCE CHAPTER 2012-245, LAWS OF FLORIDA, RENAME THE COUNTYWIDE FUTURE LAND USE MAP TO THE COUNTYWIDE PLAN MAP, UPDATE THE RULES CONCERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE COUNTYWIDE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN TO THE COUNTYWIDE RULES, AMEND TABLE 1 TO REFLECT RESIDENTIAL RURAL CATEGORY IN ITS OWN ROW AND AMEND TABLE 1 TO ADD THE PLANNED REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT CATEGORY; UPDATE MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT SECTION FOR CONSISTENCY WITH FLORIDA STATUTES AND PINELLAS COUNTY STRATEGIES TO INCLUDE PROVISIONS TO ENCOURAGE WALKABLE, MIXED-USE INFILL DEVELOPMENT AND REDEVELOPMENT; ADD POLICIES TO IMPLEMENT THE FORWARD PINELLAS TARGET EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAND STUDY (TIELS) IN FUTURE AMENDMENTS TO THE PLAN AND LDC; ADD A POLICY REGARDING UPDATES FOR FUTURE PARKING REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Business Impact Estimate is provided in accordance with section 166.041(4), Florida Statutes. If one or more boxes are checked below, this means the City of Oldsmar is of the view that a business impact estimate is not required by state law[1] for the proposed ordinance, but the City of Oldsmar is, nevertheless, providing this Business Impact Estimate as a courtesy and to avoid any procedural issues that could impact the enactment of the proposed ordinance. This Business Impact Estimate may be revised following its initial posting.

  • The proposed ordinance is required for compliance with Federal or State law or regulation;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the issuance or refinancing of debt;
  • The proposed ordinance relates to the adoption of budgets or budget amendments, including revenue sources necessary to fund the budget;
  • The proposed ordinance is required to implement a contract or an agreement, including, but not limited to, any Federal, State, local, or private grant or other financial assistance accepted by the municipal government;
  • The proposed ordinance is an emergency ordinance;
  • The ordinance relates to procurement; or
  • The proposed ordinance is enacted to implement the following:
    1. Part II of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, relating to growth policy, county and municipal planning, and land development regulation, including zoning, development orders, development agreements and development permits;
    2. Sections 190.005 and 190.046, Florida Statutes, regarding community development districts;
    3. Section 553.73, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Building Code; or
    4. Section 633.202, Florida Statutes, relating to the Florida Fire Prevention Code.

[1] See Section 166.041(4)(c), Florida Statutes

In accordance with the provisions of controlling law, even notwithstanding the fact that an exemption noted above may apply, the City of Oldsmar hereby publishes the following information:

1.Summary of the proposed ordinance (must include a statement of the public purpose, such as serving the public health, safety, morals and welfare): Outlines the intended arrangement and development characteristics of land within Oldsmar, guiding its future growth and land use patterns; serving the public health, safety, and welfare.

2.An estimate of the direct economic impact of the proposed ordinance on private, for-profit businesses in the City of Oldsmar, if any: (a) An estimate of direct compliance costs that businesses may reasonably incur; (b) Any new charge or fee imposed by the proposed ordinance or for which businesses will be financially responsible; and (c) An estimate of the City of Oldsmar’s regulatory costs, including estimated revenues from any new charges or fees to cover such costs. N/A

3.Good faith estimate of the number of businesses likely to be impacted by the proposed ordinance: N/A

4.Additional information the governing body deems useful (if any): N/A