The City of Florence Comprehensive Plan is a policy document that plans for and guides future development and redevelopment. 

In a process that started June 2009 and culminated with City Council adoption in February 2011, the Comprehensive Plan establishes the City’s vision for growth, while outlining a plan with realistic goals and strategies. It grows out of extensive citizen input on topics like housing and neighborhood revitalization, community character and appearance, urban growth, economic development, transportation modes and downtown renewal. Numerous focus group sessions, community workshops, and citizen group meetings took place to define what Florence citizens value and need in order to enhance their quality of life. While South Carolina State Law mandates that a comprehensive plan be updated every ten years, the Florence community embraced this process allowing them to be proactive and take control of their destiny. 

Following is the Comprehensive Plan as adopted by Council on February 14, 2011:

Following is the Comprehensive Plan update as adopted by Council on May 8, 2017:

Individual Chapter Downloads:

Following is the Pedestrian Plan as adopted by Council on May 8, 2017:

Following is the 76 Gateway Corridor Study:

If you have any questions about the Comprehensive Plan, please call the Urban Planning and Development Department at (843) 665-2047.