Zoning is a land use tool afforded to cities to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the community.
- only allowed within the city limit.
- is not applicable in the county or ETJ.
- is implemented through districts which reflect the land use vision of the Comprehensive Plan.
- defines permitted land uses, lot size and bulk standards, design characteristics and similar regulations.
The zoning districts and associated requirements are outlined in Subchapters 4 & 5 of the Unified Development Code.
- A pre-application meeting required with staff
- Approximate 70-90 day process
- Notice published in the local newspaper
- Notification letters mailed to adjacent property owners within 500 feet
- Signs placed on the property identifying the proposed request
- Public hearings held by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council
- An ordinance to be approved by City Council
Application Forms and Submittal Requirements
- Zoning Process Flow Chart
- Zoning Application
- Specific Use Permit/Special District Application
- Zoning Review Schedule
- Zoning Fee Schedule
- Zoning Verification Request Form
For questions, please contact the Planning Department at (512) 990-6300 or via email.
Specific Use Permit and Special Districts
The land use table in Subchapters 4 & 5 of the Unified Development Code identifies land uses that may be considered in a particular district through a Specific Use Permit (S) or Special District (SD). Both require site-specific information, conveyed through a site plan, which will be initially reviewed by staff and considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. A Specific Use Permit and Special District request follows the zoning process as outlined above.
Planned Unit Development (PUD) District
The City of Pflugerville offers an alternative to a traditional zoning district, known as a Planned Unit Development (PUD). A PUD district requires a minimum of 20 acres and establishes a specific regulating plan and document for implementation. A PUD will follow the zoning process once both parties are generally comfortable with the project. To determine if a PUD is an appropriate district for your project, please contact us at (512) 990-6300 or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.