The Planning and Zoning Commission serves as a review body to recommend changes in development codes and the zoning ordinance to the City Council. The Commission shall prepare, adopt, and modify a comprehensive plan for the city for subsequent approval and adoption by the City Council.
The Commission prepares subdivision regulations and zoning ordinances, and amendments thereto for recommendation to the City Council. This Board shall also make studies and recommendations with regard to proposed annexations. The Commission has final authority over all plats submitted to the City. In addition, the Commission performs other duties as assigned by statute and City Council.
The authority of this commission was established by Local Government Code 211.007 (V.T.C.S.), City Ordinances No. 682, No. 1233, No. 1638. No. 1805, and No. 2179.
Meetings: Meetings are held at 7 p.m. every first and third Thursday of each month. Meetings are held in Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 1101 Texas Avenue. Special meetings are held if necessary.
Membership & Term: Members shall be qualified residents and voters of the City of College Station. The commission shall consist of seven members appointed by the City Council. Four members, including the Chairman, shall be appointed in even numbered years and three members shall be appointed in odd numbered years. Terms of office are two-year terms and are limited to three consecutive terms or seven consecutive years.
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