Planning and Zoning Commission
Agendas, Packets, and Minutes
Agendas are posted online, and on the Town Hall notice board, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. Should an agenda packet be prepared, this will also be available online, along with any draft or approved minutes.
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Place 1 - Brad Ruthrauff (Chair)
Place 2 - VACANT
Place 3 - Robert Rawson (Vice-Chair)
Place 4 - James Naylor
Place 5 - Philip Del Vecchio
Place 6 - Donald Gilmore
Place 7 - Timothy Fink
Place 8, Alternate - Robert Cox
Place 9, Alternate - Janvier Werner
The Planning & Zoning Commission (P & Z) is part advisory to the Town Council and part quasi-judicial. This Commission exercises the duties and powers as may be now or hereafter conferred by the Town’s Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance or applicable laws of the State of Texas. P & Z members also serve on the Town's SMARTGrowth Commission and Capital Improvement Advisory Committee. P & Z member responsibilities include:
Powers and Duties
The planning and zoning commission shall have the following powers and duties:
(1) To recommend to the town council the boundaries of the various zoning districts and appropriate regulations to be enforced therein under subpart B of this Code or the laws of the state and to recommend approval or denial of zoning changes and regulations under this subpart B.
(2) To hear, recommend or determine any matter relating to zoning, planning or subdivision control as they may be specified or required under subpart B of this Code or applicable laws of the state.
(3) To exercise the duties and powers as may be now or hereafter conferred by subpart B of this Code or applicable laws of the state.
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Click on this email (PZ@flower-mound.com) to provide comments to commission members about current or future agenda related items. Any non-agenda email(s) will be deleted. Commission members are unable to reply to your message(s) due to Open Meetings and Public Information Act regulations. In addition, correspondence received two hours prior to the meeting start time may not be read as commission members are preparing for the meeting.
Please note your correspondence is considered public information and it is our policy to share any comments with the prospective developer so they can address any community concerns. Staff also encourages all prospective developers to meet with adjacent property owners and neighborhoods to discuss the proposed project.
For additional information or questions, contact Planning Services staff at 972.874.6350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lexin Murphy, Director of Planning Services
LauriAnn Cash, Executive Assistant