Southlake Land Use Plan
The Future Land Use Plan is Southlake's vision for future development that serves as a guide for land use decisions. The plan is a policy document that allocates the general location, concentration, and intensity of future development within the City by land use categories. The plan also serves as a foundation for Southlake's zoning and subdivision regulations.
The following meetings were scheduled to provide information, discuss the plan, and solicit feedback.
|Date||Meeting||Presentation||Staff Report||Meeting Summary Report|
|September 8, 2022||Planning and Zoning Commission||Introduction to the Land Use Plan and Sector Plans||(No staff report for this meeting)||9/8/2022 Meeting Summary Report|
|September 22, 2022||Planning and Zoning Commission||State Highway 114 Discussion||9/22/2022 Staff Report||9/22/2022 Meeting Summary Report|
|October 6, 2022||Planning and Zoning Commission||F.M. 1709 and F.M. 1938 Corridor Discussion; Follow-up on State Highway 114 Corridor||10/06/2022 Staff Report||10/06/2022 Meeting Summary Report|
|October 20, 2022||Planning and Zoning Commission||North, Central, West and Southeast Sectors Discussion||10/20/2022 Staff Report||10/20/2022 Meeting Summary Report|
|November 17, 2022||Planning and Zoning Commission||There is no presentation for this meeting.||11/17/2022 Staff Report||No Meeting Summary Report for this meeting.|
|December 13, 2022||Open House (in Town Hall Lobby)|
From 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
SPIN Meeting (in Council Chambers)
At 6:00 PM
|Consolidate Land Use Plan Presentation 12/13/2022||(No staff report for this meeting)||12/13/2022 SPIN Meeting Report|
|January 5, 2023||Planning and Zoning Commission Public Hearing |
|Consolidated Land Use Plan Presentation 01/05/2023||01/05/2022 Staff Report||No Meeting Summary Report for this meeting.|
|January 17, 2023||City Council 1st Reading (No Public Hearing)||Consolidated Land Use Plan Presentation 01/17/2023||01/17/2023 Staff Report||No Meeting Summary Report for this meeting.|
|February 7, 2023||City Council 2nd Reading and Public Hearing (Final Action)||Consolidated Land Use Plan Presentation 02/07/2023||02/07/2023 Staff Report||No Meeting Summary Report for this meeting.|
Comprehensive Plan Feedback Form
Do you have a question about the City's Comprehensive Plan? What about a comment, question, suggestion, or other feedback for the Land Use Plan let us know through our Comprehensive Plan Feedback Form.
State Highway 114 Corridor Plan
The first adopted plan element of the Southlake 2035 Land Use Plan is Ordinance No. 1171, the State Highway 114 Corridor Plan. Adopted by City Council on June 20, 2017, this plan encompasses approximately 1,878 acres that are adjacent to S.H. 114. The primary objectives for planning in the S.H. 114 corridor are to maintain high development and urban design standards, buffering residential uses from the roadway corridor and commercial uses, and ensure continued quality growth.
Click the following link to view the State Highway 114 Corridor plan: SH 114 Corridor Plan
F.M. 1709 - F.M. 1938 Corridor Plan
The second adopted plan element of the Southlake 2035 Land Use Plan is Ordinance No. 1183, the F.M. 1709 - F.M. 1938 Corridor Plan. Adopted by City Council on December 5, 2017, this plan encompasses approximately 850 acres adjacent to two of the three major roadway corridors in Southlake. This plan further addresses the unique characteristics and challenges of these roadway corridors.
Click the following link to view the F.M. 1709- F.M. 1938 Corridor plan: Southlake 2035 F.M. 1709 - F.M. 1938 Corridor Plan
Click the following link to view the Southlake 2030 plan element: Carroll / 1709 Small Area Plan
Land Use Sector Plan - North, Central, West, and Southeast
The third adopted plan element of the Southlake 2035 Land Use Plan is Ordinance No. 1191, the Land Use Sector Plan. Adopted by City Council on June 19, 2018, this plan addresses each of the four sectors individually (North, Central, West, and Southeast), provides an overview of the existing land use, mobility, and environmental resource considerations, discusses planning challenges and issues, and provides specific recommendations.
Click the following link to view the Land Use Sector Plan- North, Central, West and Southeast plan: 2035 Land Use Sector Plan
Click the following link to view the Southlake 2030 plan element: Crooked / Kimball Small Area Plan