Pedestrian Master Plan


In March 2022, at the request of City Council, staff solicited quotes from design and planning services to develop a Pedestrian Master Plan for the southeast quadrant of the Community Redevelopment Area. The objectives for this project include the following:

  1. Development of a Master Pedestrian Plan for improved walkability and pedestrian connectivity for the Temple Terrace Redevelopment Area; and,
  2. Conceptual Plan for surface improvements and amenities for the property surrounding the Springdale Pond to convert the space into a public park.

In July 2022, City Council approved staff to enter into an agreement with Kimley-Horn Consultants to provide services in support of this project.

Project Study Area

The entire project study area includes the southeast quadrant of the Community Redevelopment Area. For the purpose of this project, the area has been subdivided into the North, Central, and South subareas.

CRA southeast quadrant with subareas

Kimley-Horn Draft Report & slide presentation to City Council (8/2023)

Please click the following thumbnails to review the draft plan and also the slide presentation shown to City Council in August 2023:

Kimley-Horn Draft Report thumbnail Opens in new windowDRAFT PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLANKimley-Horn Slide Deck thumbnail Opens in new windowSLIDE PRESENTATION TO CITY COUNCIL

Community Engagement Event

The City of Temple Terrace, in partnership with Kimley-Horn Consultants, will host a community engagement event on Saturday, December 9, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the vacant parcel along Bertha Palmer Boulevard (just south of Starbucks, across from Waverly Terrace Apartments in the North subarea). Residents, property owners and business professionals are encouraged to attend to review the plan, engage the consultants for Q & A, and provide valuable citizen feedback for the project. Light refreshments will be available.

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