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Planning & Development Services

Contact Information

Planning & Development Services P.O. Box 9960 | 1101 Texas Ave.College Station, TX 77842979.764.3570

 

Welcome to Planning & Development Services 

 

Planning & Development Services is responsible for services including land use, development, engineering, building regulations, comprehensive planning, floodplain management, and community development. Planning & Development Services wishes to make our community great in partnership with you

News & Updates 

  • Please join Planning & Development Services for the Building and Development Breakfast at 8:30 a.m. the 1st Thursday of each month to discuss various topics throughout the year. These meetings help provide us the opportunity to communicate what our staff are currently focusing on, as well as allowing you the opportunity to ask questions and to provide input on important topics.

    Check back here the week before the meeting and we’ll post specific topics of discussion for the meeting. Coffee and pastries will be provided. The next meeting: TBD.

Topics

TBD

  • Staff has developed a proposed amendment to the UDO to add an Impervious Cover requirement to address drainage issues that may occur with lot-by-lot redevelopment. You can find the proposed ordinance redlines along with a brief summary here.

  • The 10-year Comprehensive Plan Evaluation & Appraisal Report and associated appendices are available for review. This is part of The Next 10 initiative, a major effort to consider recent growth, current trends, best practices, and to define updates to the City's policies to guide the next 10 years. The draft report is the culmination of 16 months of review and analysis by city staff and the Comprehensive Plan Evaluation Committee, along with multiple rounds of community and stakeholder input. The report will be presented and potentially accepted at meetings of the Planning & Zoning Commission on September 17 and City Council on September 24, 2020. 

  • Through discussions during the public input phase of the Restricted Occupancy Overlay (ROO) ordinance development, city staff learned that there are substantial concerns regarding the city’s current definition of “related” and how it affects the determination of a “family.” We are pausing the development of the proposed ROO to allow staff and the City Council an opportunity to consider alternative definitions of “related” and “family.” Once the city has new definitions in place, we will continue the development of the ROO

  • NEW! Neighborhood Conservation Overlay (NCO) Process Handbook. - A Neighborhood Conservation Overlay district allows property owners the option to choose specific, physical restrictions to conserve the unique character of their subdivision. This handbook serves as an application guide for residents who are pursuing the NCO and a policy guide for staff. For more information, please visit our Publications page.

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