The City of Marathon Comprehensive Plan establishes long-term goals and objectives to direct the future growth and sustainability of the City. Designed to be a living document, it is designed to provide certainty as the City develops. It accomplishes this, in part through limitations on amendments and requirements for financial feasibility, responding to our City’s growth and the community’s vision. The Comprehensive Plan serves as the guide for making such decisions as land use changes, capital improvement programs, and the rate, timing, and location of future growth.

The City of Marathon Comprehensive Plan  (Effective July 5, 2005) is divided into three volumes:

The Policy Document
The Map Atlas
The Technical Document

Hard copies of each volume can be available upon request through the Clerk’s office, or by visiting City Hall.

The Policy Document contains the goals, objectives and policies for each element, the capital improvements implementation program, and the Comprehensive Plan monitoring and evaluation procedures.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgement
Preamble
Chapter 1          Future Land Use Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 2          Housing Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 3          Infrastructure Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 4          Conservation and Coastal Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 5          Intergovernmental Coordination Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 6          Capital Improvements Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 7          Transportation Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 8          Recreation and Open Space Element Goals, Objectives & Policies
Chapter 9          Implementation and Review Element Goals, Objectives, and Policies

The Map Atlas contains maps depicting background information for the various elements (Existing Land Use, Natural Features, Existing Transportation, etc.), as well as the Future Land Use and Future Transportation Map series.
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Index

Future Land Use Map (FLUM): Panel 1
Future Land Use Map (FLUM): Panel 2
Future Land Use Map (FLUM): Panel 3
Future Land Use Map (FLUM): Panel 4

Map 1: City Limits
Map 2: Existing Land Use (Zoning)
Map 2.1: Existing Land Use East of Marathon (MM 60-71)
Map 2.2: Existing Land Use South of Marathon (Key Colony Beach)
Map 2.3: Existing Land Use West of Marathon (MM34-47)
Map 3: Solis
Map 4: Habitat Types
Map 5: Proposed Acquisition
Map 6: Vacant Lands Inventory
Map 6.1: Vacant Lands by Future Land Use
Map 7: FIRM Flood Zones
Map 8: Solid Waste
Map 9: Surface Water Management
Map 10: Sanitary Sewer
Map 11: Recreation and Open Spaces
Map 12: Functional Classification
Map 13: Major Trip Generators
Map 14: Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathways
Map 15: Hurricane Evacuation Routes
Map 16: Roadway Level Services
Map 17: Aviation Facilities
Map 18: Future Transit Facilities
Map 19: Protected Species
Map 20: Species Focus Areas

Full Comp Plan Maps

The Technical Document contains background information including the technical support data and analyses for the various elements of the plan.
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1 – Future Land Use
2 – Housing Element
3 – Infrastructure
4 – Conservation and Coastal Element
5 – ICE Element
6 – Capital Improvements Element
7 – Transportation
8 – Recreation and Open Space