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The Denton City Council will consider the proposed Denton Development Code and zoning map on Tuesday, April 23 at 6:30 pm at City Hall. City staff will be available at 4 pm to answer questions and assist those needing additional information regarding the proposed changes.
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You are being notified of this public hearing because the Denton Development Code (DDC) update will impact Denton residents, businesses, and property owners. There is a new lineup of Zoning Districts proposed. Zoning Districts specify the areas where residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, and other land uses may occur and the standards they must be built with.
Any home that is currently built and existing will not be impacted. These changes primarily impact new or future development.
If you live in a residential area, the City is renaming your zoning district. Districts are going from Neighborhood Residential districts (NR-#) to Residential districts (R-#). If you own an existing home, your property will not be impacted.
As we update the Development Code, we are renaming, eliminating, consolidating, and creating new zoning districts.
Properties that have a designation of Conditioned Zoning are properties that when the property was zoned or rezoned in the past, the zoning was approved with conditions. If you would like to know what those conditions are, please email us.
Planned Development is a property that is within a specific development (e.g., Robson Ranch) that contains specific zoning and development standards different from other properties in the city.
Properties that have a Pending status are properties that have a zoning change request currently under review.
The City is matching the existing zoning of properties as closely as possible, with a few exceptions. If you do not agree with the proposed zoning of your property, you can email your comment/request to us, and staff will review and analyze it as part of future zoning changes. These comments will be provided to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council on your behalf.
You may also attend the public hearing for City Council on April 23, but you are not required to attend the meeting.
The proposed Zoning Map and Development Code will be considered by City Council on April 23, 2019.
To provide your feedback, you can attend the public hearing, email us, or return the form included in the mailed notice with comments prior to April 23. Any citizen or group of citizens attending the public hearing will be given an opportunity to speak for or against the request, or may attend only to observe.