USF looks to partner with Palmetto to help move the city into the future

USF looks to partner with Palmetto to help move the city into the future

USF looks to partner with Palmetto to help move the city into the future

The city of Palmetto has been chosen to be a part of the University of South Florida’s inaugural Community Sustainability Partnership Program, an initiative that engages students and faculty with communities.

According to Jeff Burton, director of Palmetto’s Community Redevelopment Agency, a number of USF students and their professors will converge on the city some time in August to begin assisting the city with various needs, ranging from designing its linear park and multi-modal trails, transportation designs, historic preservation, water sensitive urban design and much more.

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