Departmental Boards and Commission Agendas
City Plan Commission - 2019
As established by the City Charter, the City Plan Commission (CPC) is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council regarding planning and zoning matters, and for administering Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code regarding the platting and recording of subdivisions and additions. It is through this planning for and regulation of land development that the City Plan Commission achieves its land use planning objectives.
2020 City Plan Commission Calendar2020 City Plan Commission Submittal ScheduleCPC Rules of Procedures
Please Note: all files are Adobe .pdf format unless noted otherwise. Case files are linked from the agenda .pdf file.
November 21, 2019 Plans Plats
November 7, 2019 Plans Plats *Bus Tour Agenda
October 17, 2019 Plans Plats
10-17-2019 CPC Appointment of Extraction Appeal - 6028 Lewis Street Application City's Brief and Attachment Appellant's Engineer Report
October 3, 2019 Plans Plats
10-3-2019 CPC Landmark Appeal – 4902 Swiss Avenue – CA189-579(MLP) Record Transcript Assistant City Attorney Landmark Commission Brief Landmark Commission Brief
September 19, 2019 Plans Plats
September 5, 2019 Plans Plats
July 11, 2019 Plans Plats
June 6, 2019 Plans Plats
6-6-2019 CPC Landmark
Appeal – 1121 E. 9th Street - CD189-006(MP) Record Transcript
Current City Plan Commission Members The Commission will receive faxes at 214-670-4210.
The Urban Design Committee (UDC) is an advisory body appointed by the City Plan Commission. UDC is made up of two City Plan Commissioners and five citizens. Click here to see the UDC Membership page. UDC is responsible for reviewing long range planning and area plans prior to the City Plan Commission consideration. The Plan Commission then makes a recommendation which is forwarded to City Council. UDC's meetings are open to the Public. Click here for more information on the UDC and upcoming meetings.
The Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee (ZOAC) is an advisory body appointed by the City Plan Commission and is comprised of 3 Plan Commissioners and 5 citizens. ZOAC is responsible for reviewing potential amendments to the City's Development Code and making a recommendation to the City Plan Commission. The City Plan Commission then considers the proposed amendment and makes a recommendation which is forwarded to City Council. ZOAC's meetings are open to the Public.
For more information, contact Donna Moorman at (214) 670-4130.ZOAC Members:Tony Shidid, Chair (CPC)Margot Murphy, Vice Chair (CPC)Jarred Davis (CPC)Maria GomezGarry BrownChad BenedictLanay Hartmann
For more information about ZOAC or to be added to the email distribution list, contact Donna Moorman via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (214) 670-4130.