Strategic Regional Policy Plan
The Strategic Regional Policy Plan was adopted by the South Florida Regional Planning Council on June 7, 2004 and became effective on July 12, 2004. The adopted SRPP is the version that is applicable for all project reviews.
|Strategic Regional Policy Plan (1.38MB PDF)
|1995/2004 Goal & Policy Comparison
|SRPP Livability and Connectivity Illustration (1.0MB PDF)
|SRPP Natural Resources of Regional Significance Map 1 of 2 (.8MB PDF)
|SRPP Natural Resources of Regional Significance Map 2 of 2 (.7MB PDF)|
List of Acronyms
“Our Region” from the Strategic Regional Policy Plan for South Florida (June 2004).
Consumer Price Index, County Economic Profiles, Income and Poverty and Employment data displayed in charts and tables.
|Tables & Charts|
|US = United States
FL = Florida
|SF = South Florida (BR+MD+MO)
SEF = Southeast Florida (PB+BR+MD+MO)
|PB = Palm Beach County
BR = Broward County
|MD = Miami-Dade County
MO = Monroe County
|This section presents demographic data on the South Florida region and its component counties and municipalities in graphics and tabular form. South Florida refers to Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties . Treasure Coast refers toPalm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties . Click here for an overview of the demographic characteristics of the region made up of both South Florida and Treasure Coast , also referred to as Southeast Florida .|
|US Census Bureau
Annual Estimates of the Population for Counties with Components of Change, 2010 to 2012
The University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) produces Florida’s official state and county population estimates and projections; develops economic forecasts; collects survey data from Florida households and businesses; conducts studies of Florida’s education, healthcare and transportation systems; and publishes the Florida Statistical Abstract.
Decennial Population Estimates and Projections, 1920-2040