Ocoee commission meeting set for July 18

Tonight, Ocoee city leaders will vote on the first reading of a preliminary site plan for a skilled nursing facility and the second reading for the State Road 429 Overlay District.

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First Reading: Health Central Skilled Nursing Facility

Ocoee city leaders will consider a vote on the preliminary final site plan for the proposed construction of a four-story Skilled Nursing facility on the Ocoee Health Central campus. According to city documents, the proposed facility would comprise 90,213 square feet of space and would be located on a 3.61-acre parcel about 550 feet north of Old Winter Garden Road. The facility is expected to have a Memory Care area on the ground floor consisting of 40 skilled nursing beds and building support services. The second floor would have Hospice Care facilities with 10 skilled nursing residents and public administration center and outpatient therapy. The third and fourth floors would contain a post-acute rehab care area with 20 skilled nursing beds each. According to the site plan, the facility would also have its own parking lot with 57 parking spaces. 

Second Reading: State Road 429 Overlay District

Tonight, the Ocoee mayor and commissioners will vote on the second reading of a proposed ordinance that seeks to establish special development standards and prohibited uses for the State Road 429 area. This ordinance is related to a multijurisdictional project between the cities of Winter Garden and Ocoee that aims to link both of cities' downtowns together and helps each city reach its individual economic development goals. The Character Area Plans included in the overlay district will guide architectural and building designs for any future development.

Any residents with concerns or questions may contact Ocoee City Hall at (407) 905-3100.


Contact Gabby Baquero at [email protected]


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