The City of Dallas Development Code provides that either the City Council or City Plan Commission may authorize a hearing to consider proper zoning in an area. This differs from typical zoning applications in that property owners have not made an application to change the zoning, the City Council or City Plan Commission initiates a process whereby proper zoning can be determined. Once initiated the same requirements for public hearings apply. There will be a public hearing before the City Plan Commission, and a second public hearing in front of City Council prior to a decision being made on a zoning proposal which has been initiated through the authorized hearing process.
Authorized Hearings in Progress
- Planned Development District No. 305 (Z128-223)
An area generally located on both sides of North Central Expressway with Carroll Avenue to the north, Hall Street to the south, Turtle Creek Boulevard to the west, and Ross Avenue to the east and consisting of approximately 116.62 acres.
- Planned Development District No. 830 (Z167-289)
- Bishop/Arts area, generally bounded by Mary Cliff Road, both sides
of Davis Street between Mary Cliff Road and Stevens Village Drive, the south
side of Davis Street between Stevens Village Drive and Tenna Loma Court,
Jefferson Boulevard, Plymouth Road, and both sides of Davis Street to east of
Hampton Road and zoned Subdistrict 6 within Planned Development District No. 830.
- Planned Development District No. 15 (Z167-396)
PD No. 15, an area generally bounded by Pickwick Lane on the west, the alley north of Northwest Highway on the north, Baltimore Drive on the east, and Northwest Highway on the south.
- Planned Development District No. 193 (Z167-149)
A subdistrict within PD No. 193, the Oak Lawn Special Purpose District, an area generally bounded by Fairmount Street, the alley south of Oak Lawn Avenue, Cedar Springs Road, Sale Street, and Enid Street.
- Planned Development District No. 317 (Z167-311)
The Cedars area, generally bounded by I-30 on the north, I-45 on the east, Santa Fe Railroad right-of-way on the south and the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way on the west.
Completed Authorized Hearings (click here)