Residential Development Tracker
Yulee Existing Water Resources Infrastructure
This map displays existing water resources infrastructure along the SR200/A1A corridor. The map includes water treatment plants, main water lines, future roads, NWI-Wetlands, Existing Development, Tracked and Potential Developments.
Yulee Existing Wastewater Resources Infrastructure
This map displays Yulee's existing wastewater resources infrastructure along the SR200/A1A corridor. The map includes future roads, sewer lines, the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Water Reclamation Plant, NWI-wetlands, Existing Development, Tracked and Potential Developments.
Yulee JEA Water, Sewer and Reclaimed Water Pipe Projects
This map displays Yulee's JEA water, sewer and reclaimed water pipe projects. The map includes the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Water Treatment Plant, Water Reclamation Plant, future roads, Corresponding JEA projects, NWI-Wetlands, Existing Development, Tracked and Potential Developments.
The Population 2000-2017 chart includes population totals from the years 2000-2017. Back in the year 2000, Nassau County's population totaled 57,663 residents. Since then, Nassau witnessed consistent annual population increases. 2017 population totals show 80,456 residents.
The Population Projection chart displays the total raw number of projected populations for Nassau County from periods 2017-2045. Overall, population projections are consistently increasing. Starting with 2017, the population projection started with 80,456 persons. The population projection totals continue to increase in 2020 with 83,924 and the same for years 2025, 2030, 2035, 2040, and 2045 with final projection totals of 113,529.
The Population Percentage Change chart displays the % age change in population projections from 2016-2040. Between the years 2000-2020, Nassau County's population is expected to increase 11.94%. From the years 2020-2025, the % age change starts decreases to 8.67%. The same trend continues for the years 2025-2030 showing an 7.14% increase, 2030-2035 expected to increase 5.80% with years 2035-2040 showing 4.78% increase in projected population.
Total Housing Units 2000-2016 shows the total housing units from the years 2000-2015 in Nassau County. Since 2000, Nassau experienced continued increase in its total housing units. Total housing units in the year 2000 were 26,102. In 2015, the total housing units were 36,450, showing that 10,348 housing units were added since the year 2000.
The percent change in total housing units in Nassau County from the year 2000 through 2016. Relevant 2016 data is currently not available. From 2000-2001, Nassau experienced a 2.90% increase in total housing units. From 2006-07, Nassau witnessed a 4.46% increase in housing units making it the largest increase. Total housing units from 2015-2016 witnessed a modest increase of 1.31%.
Median sales price for single family homes in Nassau County from the year 200-2016. Median single family home sales in 2000 were $147, 100 while median home sales in 2016 were $254,083. Thus, representing a $106,983 increase in home sales or roughly a 72% increase.
Building permits issued for new residential dwelling units from 2000-2016 shows annual totals of building permits issued for new residential units from the years 2000 through 2016. This data includes numbers from the Nassau County Building Department and the City of Fernandina Beach’s Community Development Division, building permit data was not readily available for the Towns of Callahan and Hilliard’s building department. In 2015, the total number of residential building permits issued includes 300 apartment units from the Reserve at Amelia.
The Tracked Developments chart entails the type of development, and the total number of entitled, built and un-built units. The total number of entitled units were 37,536 with 3,679 built units and leaving 33,857 un-built units.
Potential Development Parcels
Potential Development Parcels are those parcels on which projects have been discussed with this Office or, are situated in such a manner that makes residential development likely. The Potential Dwelling Units calculation is an approximation derived from acreage, wetlands (NWI) and FLUM designation. In no way does this information substitute for a density determination or entitle these properties to any density level beyond that provided for in the 2030 Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code. There is approximately 4,038 units in potential development parcels with a mixture of lower and medium residential densities.
* The data charts represented in the RDT update encompasses population projections,%age change and totals. Followed by housing unit totals,% age change, and median sales figures for single homes and building permits. The data for the corresponding maps are sourced from the Florida Department of Revenue and the Bureau of Economic and Business Research.