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A1A Entry CorridorCommunity input sought for Anastasia Blvd. Entry Corridor Standards

Online survey available until mid-January

Jan 20, 2017 - The City of St. Augustine is using an online survey to collect additional comments and feedback from the community regarding the Anastasia Entry Corridor Guidelines, now under review and revision.

The area covered by the guidelines includes the near 1.4 miles of Anastasia Blvd. between the Bridge of Lions and the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park. 

The easy to use online survey asks the same questions posed during a public meeting held last fall with the goal of collecting input on a number of specific areas and topics. The “free response” style of the survey allows respondents to offer ideas and make suggestions rather than simply selecting pre-selected optional answers.

Take The Survey

The survey will close in mid-January and the data collected will be available in draft form for review and comment at the next public meeting in late February. The city is working with is working with consultant Marquis Latimer + Halback Inc. on the project.

The survey is available at or by visiting the Anastasia Boulevard Design Guideline Update page on the website. This page also includes a number of resources regarding the project including a presentation regarding the project, project maps, the Site Inventory and Analysis Report, and a video of the discussion of the project at the joint Planning and Zoning Board/Historic Architectural Review Board meeting in late November.

Comments and feedback may be sent to Amy Skinner, city project planner, at or Jeremy Marquis, consultant coordinator, at