Texas State law requires all Cities to have a Comprehensive Plan to regulate and direct zoning. The existing comprehensive plan was adopted in 1964. The City Council budgeted funds in the 2018-2019 Budget to address, update and modernize our comprehensive plan. This page provides additional information about comprehensive plans and their use.
Our plans are community-based. meaning that it represents the needs and desires of OUR community. A collaborative process ensures that the needs and vision represent that of the community. This allows the community to gain understanding, consensus, and support for the plan. What you could expect to see is:
The events in these videos have already past, we have them here because they still convey the concept of the CPAC and serve as timeline as this process is a long one.