Altamonte Springs Apopka Aventura Boca Raton Bonita Springs Boynton Beach Bradenton Carrabelle Clearwater Clermont Cocoa Deerfield Beach Deland Delray Beach Deltona Dunedin Edgewater Eustis Fernandina Beach Ft. Lauderdale Ft. Pierce Gainesville Hollywood Kissimmee Lakeland Largo Lynn Haven Maitland Melbourne Miami Beach Miami Gardens Naples New Port Richey New Smyrna Beach North Port Ocala Orange Park Orlando Palm Beach Gardens Palm Coast Palmetto Panama City Panama City Beach Pembroke Pines Pensacola Pinellas Park Plant City Pompano Beach Port Orange Port St. Lucie Sanford Sarasota (city) Sebastian Seminole St. Cloud St. Petersburg Tallahassee Tampa Tavares Temple Terrace Vero Beach Wellington West Melbourne West Palm Beach Weston Winter Garden Winter Haven Winter Park Winter Springs Alachua Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Duval Escambia Franklin Hernando Hillsborough Indian River Lake Lee Leon Manatee Marion Martin Nassau Orange Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Sarasota County St. Johns St. Lucie Sumter Volusia
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Altamonte Springs

Built-Out

Population: 41,496

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Apopka

Build-out Population: 72% more

Current: 41,542
Build-out: 71,252

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $59.8 million

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $96.1 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Aventura

Built-Out

Population: 35,762

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –30%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,129 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Boca Raton

Built-Out

Population: 84,392

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Bonita Springs

Build-out Population: 97% more

Current: 43,914
Build-out: 86,389

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –35%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $26.5 million

Annual total

$9,205 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $181 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Boynton Beach

Built-Out

Population: 68,217

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Bradenton

Build-out Population: 157% more

Current: 49,546
Build-out: 127,364

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $102 million

Annual total

$9,172 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $325 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Carrabelle

Build-out Population: 272% more

Current: 2,778
Build-out: 10,327

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –31%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $9.44 million

Annual total

$12,351 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $30 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Clearwater

Build-out Population: 21% more

Current: 107,685
Build-out: 130,055

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $25.5 million

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $95.2 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Clermont

Build-out Population: 74% more

Current: 28,742
Build-out: 50,035

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $31.7 million

Annual total

$8,281 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $78 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Cocoa

Build-out Population: 48% more

Current: 17,140
Build-out: 25,287

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $10.4 million

Annual total

$8,327 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $32.2 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Deerfield Beach

Built-Out

Population: 75,018

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Deland

Build-out Population: 69% more

Current: 27,031
Build-out: 45,660

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $29.5 million

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $75.8 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Delray Beach

Built-Out

Population: 60,522

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Deltona

Build-out Population: 49% more

Current: 85,182
Build-out: 127,332

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $72.5 million

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $140 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Dunedin

Built-Out

Population: 35,321

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Edgewater

Build-out Population: 132% more

Current: 20,750
Build-out: 48,120

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $35.4 million

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $108 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Eustis

Build-out Population: 219% more

Current: 18,558
Build-out: 59,266

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $55.7 million

Annual total

$8,281 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $156 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Fernandina Beach

Build-out Population: 50% more

Current: 11,487
Build-out: 17,217

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $5.23 million

Annual total

$8,456 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $24.5 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Ft. Lauderdale

Built-Out

Population: 165,521

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Ft. Pierce

Build-out Population: 179% more

Current: 41,590
Build-out: 115,918

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $106 million

Annual total

$9,126 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $267 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Gainesville

Build-out Population: 79% more

Current: 124,354
Build-out: 222,159

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $166 million

Annual total

$9,128 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $416 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Hollywood

Built-Out

Population: 140,768

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Kissimmee

Build-out Population: 169% more

Current: 59,682
Build-out: 160,658

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $149 million

Annual total

$8,628 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $330 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Lakeland

Build-out Population:

Current: 97,422
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,502 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Largo

Built-Out

Population: 77,648

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Lynn Haven

Build-out Population: 69% more

Current: 18,493
Build-out: 31,213

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –31%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $21.8 million

Annual total

$8,943 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $48.4 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Maitland

Build-out Population: 37% more

Current: 15,751
Build-out: 21,619

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $9.53 million

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $24.2 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Melbourne

Build-out Population: 10% more

Current: 76,068
Build-out: 83,555

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $9.04 million

Annual total

$8,327 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $32 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Miami Beach

Built-Out

Population: 87,779

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –30%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,129 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Miami Gardens

Built-Out

Population: 107,167

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –30%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,129 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Naples

Build-out Population: 14% more

Current: 19,537
Build-out: 22,209

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $1.61 million

Annual total

$11,224 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $13.2 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

New Port Richey

Build-out Population: 203% more

Current: 14,911
Build-out: 45,130

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $32.5 million

Annual total

$8,791 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $134 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

New Smyrna Beach

Build-out Population:

Current: 22,464
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

North Port

Build-out Population: 345% more

Current: 57,357
Build-out: 255,127

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $359 million

Annual total

$11,157 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $722 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Ocala

Build-out Population:

Current: 56,315
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,441 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Orange Park

Built-Out

Population: 8,412

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,015 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Orlando

Build-out Population: 175% more

Current: 238,300
Build-out: 655,847

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $623 million

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.7 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Palm Beach Gardens

Built-Out

Population: 48,452

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Palm Coast

Build-out Population: 181% more

Current: 75,180
Build-out: 211,358

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $195 million

Annual total

$9,200 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $505 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Palmetto

Build-out Population: 274% more

Current: 12,606
Build-out: 47,087

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $42.9 million

Annual total

$9,172 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $127 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Panama City

Build-out Population: 77% more

Current: 36,484
Build-out: 64,661

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –31%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $39.6 million

Annual total

$8,943 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $115 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Panama City Beach

Build-out Population: 287% more

Current: 12,018
Build-out: 46,517

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –31%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $15.3 million

Annual total

$8,943 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $145 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pembroke Pines

Built-Out

Population: 154,750

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pensacola

Build-out Population: 106% more

Current: 51,923
Build-out: 106,933

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $71 million

Annual total

$8,791 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $236 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pinellas Park

Built-Out

Population: 49,079

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Plant City

Build-out Population: 109% more

Current: 34,721
Build-out: 72,685

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $72.3 million

Annual total

$9,248 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $125 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pompano Beach

Build-out Population:

Current: 99,845
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Port Orange

Build-out Population: 50% more

Current: 56,048
Build-out: 84,207

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $35.7 million

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $117 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Port St. Lucie

Build-out Population:

Current: 164,603
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,126 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Sanford

Build-out Population: 63% more

Current: 53,570
Build-out: 87,222

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $50.9 million

Annual total

$8,018 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $121 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Sarasota (city)

Build-out Population: 215% more

Current: 51,917
Build-out: 163,602

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $54.2 million

Annual total

$11,157 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $498 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Sebastian

Build-out Population: 52% more

Current: 21,929
Build-out: 33,335

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $15.6 million

Annual total

$9,528 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $46.2 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Seminole

Built-Out

Population: 17,233

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

St. Cloud

Build-out Population:

Current: 35,183
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,628 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

St. Petersburg

Build-out Population: 25% more

Current: 244,769
Build-out: 306,807

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $78.7 million

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $264 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Tallahassee

Build-out Population: 243% more

Current: 181,376
Build-out: 622,954

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –25%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $802 million

Annual total

$9,226 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.84 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Tampa

Build-out Population: 14% more

Current: 335,709
Build-out: 381,967

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $77.5 million

Annual total

$9,248 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $181 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Tavares

Build-out Population: 78% more

Current: 13,951
Build-out: 24,884

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $10.4 million

Annual total

$8,281 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $48 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Temple Terrace

Build-out Population: 33% more

Current: 24,541
Build-out: 32,640

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $12.1 million

Annual total

$9,248 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $31.6 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Vero Beach

Build-out Population: 24% more

Current: 15,220
Build-out: 18,921

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $3.35 million

Annual total

$9,528 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $17 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Wellington

Build-out Population: 3% more

Current: 56,508
Build-out: 58,322

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $10.6 million

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

West Melbourne

Build-out Population: 117% more

Current: 18,355
Build-out: 39,846

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $27.3 million

Annual total

$8,327 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $86 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

West Palm Beach

Built-Out

Population: 99,919

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Weston

Built-Out

Population: 65,333

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Winter Garden

Build-out Population: 200% more

Current: 34,568
Build-out: 103,838

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $144 million

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $225 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Winter Haven

Build-out Population: 153% more

Current: 33,874
Build-out: 85,863

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $68.3 million

Annual total

$8,502 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $209 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Winter Park

Build-out Population: 63% more

Current: 27,852
Build-out: 45,458

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $29.5 million

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $76.3 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Winter Springs

Build-out Population: 26% more

Current: 33,282
Build-out: 41,966

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools: $13.5 million

Annual total

$8,018 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $32 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Alachua County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 66% more

Current: 99,113
Build-out: 164,834

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $108 million

Annual total

$9,128 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $264 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Brevard County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 272% more

Current: 206,469
Build-out: 767,274

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $700 million

Annual total

$8,327 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.24 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Broward County (unincorporated only)

Built-Out

Population: 16,357

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,607 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Charlotte County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 386% more

Current: 143,337
Build-out: 696,936

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –38%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $492 million

Annual total

$9,506 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.4 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Citrus County (countywide)

Build-out Population: 71% more

Current: 141,236
Build-out: 241,598

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $101 million

Annual total

$8,871 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $425 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Clay County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 151% more

Current: 173,446
Build-out: 436,151

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $442 million

Annual total

$8,015 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $887 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Collier County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 233% more

Current: 285,170
Build-out: 950,223

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $847 million

Annual total

$11,224 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.6 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Duval County (countywide)

Build-out Population: 68% more

Current: 864,263
Build-out: 1,449,312

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: 890 million

Annual total

$8,500 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Escambia County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 121% more

Current: 243,998
Build-out: 540,156

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: 454 million

Annual total

$8,791 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.15 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Franklin County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 56% more

Current: 6,540
Build-out: 10,227

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –31%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: 3.63 million

Annual total

$12,351 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $15 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Hernando County (countywide)

Build-out Population: 110% more

Current: 172,778
Build-out: 363,583

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $239 million

Annual total

$8,510 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $747 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Hillsborough County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 68% more

Current: 834,255
Build-out: 1,397,871

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $961 million

Annual total

$9,248 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.06 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Indian River County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 119% more

Current: 91,366
Build-out: 200,332

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $133 million

Annual total

$9,528 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $449 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Lake County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 59% more

Current: 154,250
Build-out: 245,153

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $111 million

Annual total

$8,281 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $350 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Lee County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 228% more

Current: 345,491
Build-out: 1,133,497

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –35%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $831 million

Annual total

$9,205 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $3.12 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Leon County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 385% more

Current: 94,111
Build-out: 456,119

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –25%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: 650 million

Annual total

$9,226 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.44 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Manatee County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 180% more

Current: 251,773
Build-out: 703,876

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $562 million

Annual total

$9,172 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.8 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Marion County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 261% more

Current: 267,800
Build-out: 965,839

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $833 million

Annual total

$8,441 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.77 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Martin County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 8% more

Current: 127,557
Build-out: 138,326

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $13.6 million

Annual total

$9,831 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $45 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Nassau County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 333% more

Current: 57,618
Build-out: 249,750

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $253 million

Annual total

$8,456 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $708 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Orange County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population:

Current: 736,657
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –34%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$10,073 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Palm Beach County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population:

Current: 587,844
Build-out: undetermined

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –27%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs

Schools:

Annual total

$9,522 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pasco County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 141% more

Current: 424,912
Build-out: 1,025,803

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –42%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $794 million

Annual total

$8,791 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $2.31 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Pinellas County (unincorporated only)

Built-Out

Population: 270,494

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –37%

2007 to mid-2014

Costs

Schools:

Annual total

$8,820 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads:

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Polk County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 229% more

Current: 375,647
Build-out: 1,236,045

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $1.2 billion

Annual total

$8,502 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $3.1 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Sarasota County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 19% more

Current: 244,936
Build-out: 290,344

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –29%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $157 million

Annual total

$11,157 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $199 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

St. Johns County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 182% more

Current: 170,308
Build-out: 480,659

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –28%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $459 million

Annual total

$8,596 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $1.16 billion

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

St. Lucie County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 254% more

Current: 71,006
Build-out: 251,142

Water supply: Empty

Not enough drinking water for current population due to over-pumping, salt water intrusion and over-development

Property Value: Down –39%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $248 million

Annual total

$9,126 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $663 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Sumter County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 46% more

Current: 81,817
Build-out: 119,524

Water supply: Sufficient

Enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –36%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $23.4 million

Annual total

$9,248 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $172 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

Volusia County (unincorporated only)

Build-out Population: 79% more

Current: 116,655
Build-out: 209,374

Water supply: Running Low

Not enough drinking water for projected 2030 population

Property Value: Down –40%

2007 to mid-2014

Build-out costs (countywide)

Schools: $116 million

Annual total

$8,851 per student

Includes new school construction, teachers, equipment and operating costs

Roads: $374 million

$9,316 per home

Costs for schools & roads do not include costs of land acquisition.

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