What is Blueprint?

The Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency (BPIA) is a City-County agency established to implement an ambitious plan funded by a local government one-cent sales surtax. Endorsed by the Tallahassee-Leon County voters who approved the surtax in 2000 and again in 2014 to efficiently execute large, transformative, and generational projects that are aimed to enhance our community through coordinated planning and construction of transportation, utilities, stormwater management, parks, greenways, and economic development programs.

Comprised of two departments – Blueprint Infrastructure and the Office of Economic Vitality (OEV) – Blueprint operates with a clear mandate to drive progress and prosperity. Funded by the one-cent sales surtax, Blueprint Infrastructure receives 66% and the Office of Economic Vitality receives 12%. The City of Tallahassee and Leon County each receive 10%, while an additional 2% goes to Leon County for the “Livable Infrastructure for All” (LIFE) Program, highlighting a commitment to inclusive growth.

Leon County Board of County Commissioners
Left to right: Bill Proctor, David O’Keefe, Carolyn Cummings (Chair),
Nick Maddox, Brian Welch, Rick Minor and Christian Caban
Tallahassee City Commission
Left to right: Jeremy Matlow, Dianne Williams-Cox (Vice Chair),
Mayor John Dailey, Jacqueline “Jack” Porter, Mayor Pro-Tem Curtis Richardson
Leon County Administrator Vincent Long
Leon County Administrator Vincent Long
Tallahassee City Manager Reese Goad
Tallahassee City Manager Reese Goad
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