What is the Unified Development Code?
The Unified Development Code (UDC) is the regulating document for development in Pflugerville. It contains zoning, site design and subdivision regulations necessary for implementing the vision of the community as reflected in the comprehensive plan. Refer to the link provided for the Unified Development Code online version.
The UDC is located within the Code of Ordinances under Title XV Land Usage and Chapter 157. It is applicable to all properties within the city limits; however, only the subdivision requirements are applicable to development in the ETJ.
Adopted Code Amendments
In 2018, the City adopted amendments to the Unified Development Code by updating administration, lighting, tree preservation, and nonconformity code provisions. On September 10, 2019, City Council adopted the following code amendments to the Unified Development Code.
Subchapter 2. Administration Amendments: Adopted Ordinance
- Revised references relating to the role and responsibility of the Parks and Recreation Commission consistent with such Commission’s establishment pursuant to Chapter 95 of the Code of Ordinances.
Subchapter 14. Parkland Standards Amendments: Adopted Ordinance
- Established a minimum persons per unit to 1.75 persons per unit for higher density projects in determining the parkland dedication requirement and the Park Development Fee requirement.
- Clarified credit for private park area and amenities.
Misc. Development Manuals