Planning & Development Services
All Planning and Development Services applications are currently being accepted in PDF file formats by email or Drop Box. Applications must be completed, signed and scanned in PDF file format. All supporting plans and documents must also be in a PDF.
Submittals will be accepted for processing in accordance with the published submittal schedules. Upon review of your initial application, you will be forwarded an invoice for the application fee, which can be paid through EnerGov Customer Self Service portal.
For more information about E-Submittals, please visit Applications, Fees, and Submittal Schedules.
About Planning and Development Services
The department also provides mapping services and develops the City's comprehensive plan, the Southlake 2035 Plan. The department is divided up into three divisions, Planning, Building Inspections and Code Enforcement.
Development cases get their start in Planning and Development Services. From the first ideas and submittals, to the final inspections, all new residential, commercial and public land development roads lead to PDS.
PDS staff also works with the Southlake City Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, and the Zoning Board of Adjustment concerning submitted development cases. If you have questions about a case, give us a call at (817) 748-8621. Or you can contact us online 24/7. We welcome your questions.
Case ResourcesMost development cases have a history that is easily accessible through the City’s archive system. Click on the buttons below to access City files. Use keywords search staff reports, maps, presentations, agendas and minutes.
Can't find what you are looking for? Call us at (817) 748-8621.
1400 Main Street
Southlake, TX 76092
1400 Main Street Suite 310 Southlake TX 76092
Phone: (817) 748-8621Fax: (817) 748-8077
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
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