In an effort to ensure that our community, customers, and staff remain healthy due to COVID-19, our physical office is currently closed. All staff are maintaining normal operations remotely and can be reached individually through email. If you have questions and are unsure who to reach out to, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be sure our remote operations are maintaining the expectations of our community, please take a minute to answer our quick survey linked below to let us know what your experience has been like so far and provide any additional feedback you would like to offer. We want to ensure your experience with our department is effective, efficient, and safe, so we appreciate your time and willingness to participate.
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.
See below to see more information on the divisions that make up the Planning Department
Current Planning reviews all new development requests proposed in the city for compatibility and consistency with the land development codes and ordinances. Current Planning collaborates daily with Development Engineering, Building Department, Fire Department, and the Parks Department to ensure the community is developed consistent with the community’s goals as outlined in the Comprehensive Plan.
Long Range Planning is the “big picture” component of planning which creates the pathway for implementing the directives outlined by the Comprehensive Plan and similar strategic plans approved by the City Council. Specified planning studies, ordinance changes, and annexation discussions are examples of work that is done in Long Range Planning.
Geographic Information Services (GIS) works with multiple departments within the City of Pflugerville to maintain and provide geographic information. The GIS division of the Planning Department strives to provide information to citizens and the development community through interactive web applications, maps, and downloadable files..
Code Compliance is the inspection, improvement, and rehabilitation of environmental hazards in public and private premises by determining the presence of fire or health hazards, nuisance violations, and unsafe building conditions. The City enforces its standards and requirements through the Pflugerville Code of Ordinances.
Planning and Engineering Applications
Zoning, subdivision, construction plans, and site development applications
Beginning, Monday, March 23, 2020, all applications shall be submitted online. Click here for a step by step guide for submittal of rezoning, subdivisions, site development and construction plan applications online. Resubmittals of projects should be submitted online as well. Please let us know if you have issues or concerns with submitting online by emailing us at email@example.com.
For specific questions or requests on planning and engineering applications already in process, please contact the case manager for the project directly. For all other requests please contact us at 512.990.6300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permitting and Inspections
For Building Permitting
Residential Building Permit Submittals:
Please continue to submit by emailing digital plan sets to email@example.com. Checks should be mailed to PO Box 589, Pflugerville, Tx 78691. Physical sets are not required at this time. Vicky will continue to process, and get submissions into review.
For Residential building permit questions contact Vicky Loera via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Commercial Building Submittals
Submit via email drop box link to Dianam@pflugervilletx.gov. Commercial permits will be issued after Pre-cons which will be scheduled through Diana and held on site. Plans not requiring impact fees can pay permit and trade fees online. Permits can be printed from mygovernmentonline.org. If impact fees are required, checks should be mailed to PO Box 589, Pflugerville, Tx 78691. Permits will be issued after fees are received and permits can be printed from mygovernmentonline.org.
For Commercial building permit questions contact Diana Martinez via email at email@example.com
Please note: Building Permits submitted through mygovernmentonline.org will continue to be processed, reviewed, and issued as normal.
Scheduled inspections to proceed as normal. Inspections can be scheduled through mygovernmentonline.org.
Please contact us if you have any concerns (512.990.6300 or email Planning (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com), Building (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Development Engineering (email@example.com).
Thank you for helping us to ensure that our team, customers and community stay healthy!
HB3167 & Review Time for Applications
As a result of recent state legislation, HB 3167 requires development review applications to follow a revised review schedule. Effective September 1, 2019, all new subdivision applications will be accepted on specified application dates in order to be considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission within 30 days of a complete application. If a complete application does not meet the Unified Development Code requirements, the application will be placed on the consent agenda for statutory disapproval with the deficient items identified. The new process differs from the current review process by removing an opportunity for an applicant to waive consideration of a subdivision application by the Planning and Zoning Commission until the application meets the minimum requirements.
If an application does not meet the Unified Development Code requirements and is required to be statutorily denied by the Planning and Zoning Commission, an applicant may adjust the plans and follow up with a response submittal identifying how the application has been revised and compliance achieved with the deficient items. Response submittals will only be received on specified dates in order for the Planning and Zoning Commission to consider a response submittal within 15 days of receiving the response. The process may repeat with response submittals until the subdivision application meets the Unified Development Code requirements and can be approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Review of administratively approvable subdivisions (ex. amended plats) and site development applications was also impacted by the recent legislation. Applications will continue to be reviewed administratively and as such, may continue to be submitted on Mondays by noon (with exception to holidays).
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.
Questions or Feedback?
For questions or concerns email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The City of Pflugerville uses the platform My Permit Now. To schedule an inspection using this platform, please click the button below:
There are several ways you can contact the Planning Department:
For Department Leadership
For Mapping Services
For Code Compliance
Our offices and public lobby are located on the First Floor of the Travis County ESD#2 Conference and Education Center (next door to Pfluger Hall).
Physical and Delivery AddressDevelopment Services Center
201-B East Pecan St.
Pflugerville, TX 78660
Mailing AddressP O Box 589
Pflugerville, TX 78691