Southlake Program for the Involvement of Neighborhoods (SPIN)
SPIN, the Southlake Program for the Involvement of Neighborhoods, are Town Hall Forums hosted by the Community Engagement Committee usually about twice a month to provide an opportunity for community members to have an informal conversation regarding topics of interest.
The most frequently discussed items are development cases. The SPIN Town Hall Forums provide a place to discuss proposed developments and hear feedback from residents before a case goes before the Planning and Zoning Commission or City Council.
If you have an item you would like to discuss at a SPIN Town Hall Forum, please review, complete and return the SPIN Application Request Form to the staff liaison, Jerod Potts, in the Planning and Development Services department indicating your desired meeting date. For more information regarding available meeting dates or deadlines for submitting requests, please contact Jerod Potts at the email shown to the right of the page, or by phone (817) 748-8195.
SPIN Town Hall Forum Question/Comment FormCan’t make it to a SPIN Town Hall Forum but still want to participate? Click the image below to use the Question / Comment Form and ask a question or make a comment on an item being presented!
Development Process Information
Following SPIN, a proposed development may be submitted to the Planning Department, reviewed by staff, and scheduled for a Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The item would then be eligible to move forward to City Council for Consideration.
Reports from SPIN will be provided to the Planning and Zoning Commission and the City Council to capture and communicate community input throughout the process. For additional information about the development process in Southlake, please visit the Current Planning Page.
The Development Activity News Blog is a great way to keep track of SPIN cases as they move through the development process.
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Connect with the City
In addition to SPIN, the City has a number of communication tools that help citizens stay informed. Visit our Office of Communication page to learn more.