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 Lake County Ordinances
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Lake County Ordinances are codified in the Lake County Code. Municipal Code Corporation of Tallahassee, Fla., handles the distribution of the Code for the County. Access the Code at www.municode.com or obtain copies by contacting the Municipal Code Corporation office at
800-262-2633.

Adopted Ordinances
The following general ordinances have been adopted by the County, but are not yet included in the Code.
Ordinance Number General Subject
Ordinance 2018-39 The purpose of this Ordinance is to amend Chapter 18, Article V, Uniform Street Addressing System, to clarify the requirements for road naming, posting road name signs, obtaining addresses for structures, and to add additional road naming standards for development; and to amend Lake County Code, Appendix E, Land Development Regulations, in order to expressly incorporate Chapter 18, Article V, entitled "Uniform Street Addressing System" into the Land Development Regulations by amending Section 1.05.00 Lake County Code, Appendix E, Land Development Regulations.
Ordinance 2018-49 The purpose of this Ordinance is to amend Lake County Code, Appendix E, Land Development Regulations ("LDR"), in order to revise the sign criteria for non-permanent signs. Specifically, this Ordinance amends Section 11.01.05 and Section 11.01.06, Exempt Signs, to exempt signs made of cloth, canvas, fabric, paper, plywood, or other light material which are not intended or designed for permanent display provided they meet certain criteria.
Ordinance 2018-52 This ordinance amends Section 22-37, Lake County Code, entitled Imposition, and Section 22-42, Lake County Code, entitled Transportation Benefit Districts, to divide the North Benefit District into two districts to be known as the North Central Benefit District and the Northeast/Wekiva Benefit District. The ordinance will also establish the impact fee rates for the North Central and the Northeast/Wekiva Benefit Districts, and will increase the rates for the Central Benefit District. Section 22-11, entitled Prepayment of Impact Fees, will be amended to discontinue the prepayment of transportation impact fees program as of January 1, 2019. If approved, the new Transportation Impact Fee rates will become effective on February 1, 2019.
 
Proposed Ordinances
Currently there are no proposed ordinances.
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