2022 Cross Timbers Conservation Development Review
As directed by the Town Council at their January 18, 2022, meeting, the Town is reviewing standards and recommendations for the Cross Timbers Conservation Development District (CTCDD) and seeking input.
The purpose of reviewing the current standards and recommendations related to the CTCDD is to gather public opinion and ensure future developments meet expectations. After this process, amendments will be proposed to the Planning & Zoning Commission and Town Council in a public hearing forum for review and possible adoption.
The CTCDD 2022 Review survey was open between February 4 and March 11, 2022, and received 996 responses. Below is a copy of the survey and a summary of the responses received.
The Town hosted two open houses for those interested in learning more about the CTCDD and to provide feedback.
Where: Town Hall (2121 Cross Timbers Rd)
Open House 1: Thursday, March 3 from 1 to 5 PM
- Lobby Boards
- Staff Presentation
- Presentation and Q&A Video - Part 1
- Presentation and Q&A Video - Part 2
Open House 2: Thursday, March 10 from 5 to 8 PM
You can stay updated on the process by doing any of the following:
- Visit this webpage regularly - Town staff will keep this page updated with the latest information
- Follow the Town of Flower Mound on Facebook
- Join the E-Town Bulletins mailing list
- Sign-up for Notify Me CTCDD Developer Application Notifications
- Contact Planning Services by phone at 972.874.6350 or by email at email@example.com
We Value Your Input
Public input is very important, and the Town wants to hear from you. Apart from any future public hearings, you can provide your thoughts by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Cross Timbers Conservation Development District?
The Cross Timbers Conservation Development District (CTCDD) was established by the 2001 Master Plan. The purpose of the CTCDD is to preserve the integrity of the largely intact Cross Timbers ecological area in central Flower Mound, which provides the Town with its unique country atmosphere and natural environment while allowing environmentally sensitive development to occur.
In 2013, the Town's Master Plan was amended following public input to include a new form of conservation development; cluster development. Cluster development intends to maximize open space conservation, including preserving scenic corridors and vistas, on a site-by-site basis to realize a community benefit that provides the Town with its unique country atmosphere and natural environment. Special interest is given to the continuation and/or connection of open space areas between adjacent developments to protect the ecological value of the CTCDD.
Proposed Timeline - Subject to Changes
|Receive feedback from Town Council||Begin community outreach||Summarize results and prepare presentation||Schedule public hearings (if necessary)|
|Finalize survey, mailings, posts, and outreach plan||1st and 2nd open house||Work sessions with Boards and Commissions||Draft Master Plan Amendment for consideration (if necessary)|
|Close survey and review results||Town Council Work Session|
|P&Z Work Session|