Email Disclaimer

Emailing the Planning and Zoning Commission & Department of Planning and Development Services (Group Email)


Communication to the Planning & Zoning Commission is welcomed. Any emails sent to the planningandzoning@ci.southlake.tx.us group email address will also be sent to all seven Planning Commissioners and the City of Southlake Planning and Development Services Department. Correspondence received by the Planning and Development Services Department related to a planning case under consideration will be included in the City staff report to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council.

Email an Individual Commissioner


Email correspondence to an individual commissioner’s will only be sent to that Commissioner and not to the other Planning Commission Members and the Department of Planning and Development Services. Any correspondence sent to Commissioner’s individual email address related to a planning case may not be included in the City Council or Planning and Zoning Commission staff reports unless forwarded to the Department of Planning and Development Services.

Formal Opposition (Protest) or Support for property owners


Formal Opposition (Protest) or Support for property owners within 200’ of a property being considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission for an amendment, supplement or change.

Written notice of all public hearings before the Planning and Zoning Commission shall be sent to all owners rendering taxes on real property lying within 200 feet of the property for which the change is requested. Any formal opposition (protest) or support within 200’ of the subject property must be written, signed, and acknowledged by the property owner as required by Section 46.3 of the City’s Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance No. 480, as amended, in order to be formally included and must be provided to the Planning and Development Services Department located at 1400 Main Street, Suite 310, Southlake, TX 76092. Any email communication in support or in protest to any development related items scheduled for public hearing at the City Council or Planning and Zoning Commission, shall not constitute formal opposition or support towards a development project.