Annexations

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What is the City’s current annexation plan?
The City of Pflugerville Home Rule Charter, Section 8.05 (d) requires that the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend an annexation plan to the City Council annually. In addition, the Local Government Code, Chapter 43, Subchapter C, requires that a municipal annexation plan be prepared three years prior to certain types of annexations becoming effective.

What is annexation?
The process of incorporating new land into the city limits.  Areas within the city limits are eligible to receive city services. 

What is voluntary annexation?
The process of incorporating new land into the city limits by the request of the property owner.  A property owner may petition for annexation by filing a formal request with the Planning Department. Prior to a formal application, the property owner will meet with City Staff to determine if the request will be feasible by analyzing a variety of issues, including compliance with the Comprehensive Plan, status of water and wastewater service, police services and any other concerns related to the specific site. Once the feasibility is complete and the formal application is filed the request will be prepared for City Council consideration.

When was my property annexed into the City of Pflugerville?
The link to the map below will provide information regarding the year in which a property was incorporated in the Pflugerville city limits.


Planning Department
512-990-6300
planning@pflugervilletx.gov

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