A development of regional impact (DRI) is a large-scale development project that may affect multiple government jurisdictions and/or state resources as established by Section 380.06, Florida Statutes. The State of Florida requires the developer of a new DRI to complete a DRI application for development approval (DRI-ADA) that is a structured application form asking a series of 30 questions about the proposed project. The developer provides the completed DRI-ADA to answer the questions that includes details about the project along with maps and other technical documentation about the project site.
The Ocala Ranch DRI-ADA materials are provided below, in individually numbered sections keyed to the corresponding DRI-ADA questions. (NOTE: Several of the below files are large and may take additional time to open.)