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University-controlled utilities and interconnections are governed by Florida Statutes, Florida Board of Governors (BOG) Regulations, and university policies and regulations. Adherence to the practices set forth in these statutes and regulations will reduce utility demands and the need for additional infrastructure and capacity.  Florida law requires Concurrency and Concurrency Management Systems (CMS) for monitoring and ensuring adherence to the adopted level-of-service utility standards, including the schedule of capital improvements and the availability of public facility capacity. Florida law also requires energy-efficient and sustainable buildings, and that campus development adheres to higher-density development best practices to effectively minimize heat gain and energy consumption and reduce dependence on the region’s potable water. The UCF Campus Master Plan, Element 5.0 General Infrastructure and Utilities, sets the expectation that growth does not negatively impact the environment, and that infrastructure and university-provided utility services are not overburdened by unplanned development.

Topic Information

Current Status:
Completed
Date of Last Status:
07/20/2021
Steering Number
2020-2021-24
Date Created:
02/03/2021
Committee Assignment
Referred By:
University Policy and Procedure Committee

Status Updates

Status
Completed
Date
07/20/2021
Notes
Status
In Committee
Date
02/04/2021
Notes
Assigned to Budget and Administrative Committee