How You Can Get Involved in “Visioning Apopka”

Visioning Apopka is about our future. It is an opportunity for our community to decide how we want Apopka to look and function during the next ten years and beyond. If you live here, work here, or own real estate here, Visioning means you are empowered to share what is important to you about Apopka.


Visioning Apopka will be a seven-month process with various ways to participate. These will include a citizen survey, small group meetings with community-based organizations, dedicated website, four community meetings, and a business forum.

Visit for all the details

  • The website is your one-stop source of information about the visioning process. It will provide access to project documents and the citizen survey.
  • The website also features a calendar of events and allows residents to submit their comments about the future of Apopka.
  • Finally, residents can subscribe via the website to receive email notices and updates regarding the visioning process, and provide their comments.


How can you get involved?

  • Four community-based forums and a meeting with business and community leaders that will be held in evenings within the quadrants of the city.
  • An online community survey, with hardcopies available at City Hall and other selected locations.
    Submitting comments online via
  • Public meetings with the City Council.

One Comment

  1. Richard S. (Rex) Rokicki says:

    What can be done to implement a plan for a down-town Apopka that
    would transform the present uninviting mismatch of mostly unap-
    pealing architecture to an inviting pedestrian presence?
    Several years ago a sidewalk replacement of a mismatch of
    concrete and colored stamped surfaces was made along with poorly coordinated (location wise) street lighting. A clay brick walkway
    would have been aesthetically pleasing. Most of the buildings
    could have a face-lift.
    A master plan by architects and city planners should be imple-
    mented. University of Florida has a great architectural school and they might be approached to make a study of our uninviting several
    blocks of down-town.

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