West Oak Cliff Area Planning
With numerous locations in Oak Cliff interested in exploring changes to their zoning, District 1 Councilmember Chad West recommended Planning and Urban Design initiate the West Oak Cliff Area Planning effort to help create a future land use vision for the area. The planning effort created a taskforce of local community leaders in mid-2020 and began community engagement efforts in Fall 2020. Engagement efforts have been ongoing, and the effort will continue into next year, with the goal of adoption by mid-2022. The planning effort will parallel the update to the city's Comprehensive Land Use Plan update.
REVIEW THE FINAL DRAFT PLAN (AS OF JULY 1, 2022)
REVISE EL BORRADOR FINAL DEL PLAN (AL 1 DE JULIO DE 2022)
* In the instance of discrepancy between the English and Spanish language, the English version takes precedent.
En caso de discrepancia entre el idioma inglés y español, la versión en inglés tiene prioridad.
Executive Summary (English) Executive Summary (Spanish)
Staff Report for CPC (English) Informe del personal para CPC (Spanish)
FIRST DRAFT (MARCH 2022)
** In the instance of discrepancy between the English and Spanish language, the English version takes precedent.
The West Oak Cliff Area Planning initiative began in 2020 by City Councilmember Chad West and the Planning and Urban Design Department. This area of Oak Cliff has numerous areas that are upcoming authorized hearing locations for rezoning. Additionally, this area also contains three DART light-rail stations with potential opportunities for transit-oriented development nearby. This planning effort will work to help create a land use and land development vision for this area. The Plan will be done in parallel with the
update to the ForwardDallas Comprehensive Land Use Plan update and will be
incorporated into that update upon adoption.
Learn more about the existing tools and policies the City of Dallas has to help mitigate displacement and gentrification here!
City of Dallas Anti-Displacement Toolkit Matrix
A LETTER FROM MAYOR PRO TEM WEST