The Planning Department is committed to providing professional guidance and expertise to promote a healthy and vibrant quality of life through the responsible application of land use and development regulations. By focusing on economic vitality, environmental integrity, and quality development standards, Pflugerville ensures the long-term sustainability of the community’s identity and its values.
Analysis of Impediments Study
The Analysis of Impediments, or AI, is a planning process for local governments and public housing agencies (PHAs) to take meaningful actions to overcome historic patterns of segregation, promote fair housing choice, and foster inclusive communities that are free from discrimination.
The AI for the City of Pflugerville is being done in collaboration with our regional partners, the cities of Austin and Round Rock, Travis and Williamson counties and five public housing authorities. Additional information regarding the study can be found here: http://centraltexasfairhousing.org/
The draft Central Texas Regional Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing is now available for public comment through April 23rd. The draft report can be found here. You can offer comments through the comment box on the Get Involved page, email them to email@example.com, or send written comments to Central Texas AI, 6740 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80220. If you prefer to comment verbally by phone send an email to let us know and we will contact you about a time to talk
Downtown Action Plan
The Downtown Action Plan expands upon and provides for an implementation schedule of the 2009 Old Town Pflugerville Vision Report’s action items. Based on extensive public outreach methods, the Old Town Pflugerville Vision Report outlined top 10 desired characteristics for the revitalization of Downtown and providing for a balance of opportunities to live, learn, work and play. The Downtown Action Plan is intended to be refined every three to five years to account for unforeseen changing conditions. On September 25, 2018, the City Council adopted the Downtown Action Plan (2019-2021) by resolution, in order to represent the City’s continued support and commitment to Downtown.
Pflugerville Pfood Truck Pilot Program
- The City of Pflugerville Pfood Truck Pilot Program launches on Monday, August 13 to encourage food trucks in the city limits.
Food trucks are invited to the Development Services Center offices at 201 B East Pecan to get a permit and health inspection between noon – 3 p.m. on August 27th to operate in the Pflugerville City Limits for the remainder of 2018. There will be no charge to the food truck for the inspection or the permit.
The Pfood Truck Application and regulations can be found here.
2018 Code Amendments – Refer to the Unified Development Code page for more information.
Unified Development Code
Your source for resident and business related mapping services.
Resident Services Map
Maps included in the link below are Parks and Trails, Street Map, Zoning Districts, Trash and Recycle Collection, Floodplain Information, and Chipping Schedule.
Development Activity Map
Maps included in the link below are Commercial Under Review, Commercial Under Construction, Capital Improvements, Residential Under Review, and Residential Under Construction.
How Can We Better Serve You?
For questions or concerns email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The City of Pflugerville uses My Permit Now. To schedule an inspection click on the button below and you will be directed to MyPermitNow.org.
We are located on the First Floor of the Travis County ESD#2, Conference and Education Center next door to Pfluger Hall.
There are several ways you can contact the Planning Department:
Email us at email@example.com or call us at 512-990-6300
Emily M. Barron, AICP - Planning Director
Jeremy Frazzell, Assistant Planning Director
Sven Griffin, GIS Coordinator
Code Compliance Officer
Code Compliance Officer
Physical and Delivery Address
Development Services Center
201-B East Pecan St.
Pflugerville, TX 78660
P O Box 589
Pflugerville, TX 78691