Input, changes to Round Rock's Downtown Master Plan
We had a productive public hearing on Round Rock's Downtown Master Plan at the Tuesday, Nov. 10, Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. This is the presentation (PDF) made prior to the public hearing.
Here's a synopsis (PDF) of the input we received. The Commission will consider the input as it gives the Plan document another once-over at its retreat on Thursday, Nov. 19. The meeting is open to the public and begins at 9 a.m. at the McConico Building, 301 W. Bagdad Ave.
To preview of the current list of changes we will be making to the Plan document, check this out. This document lists, by page number, the changes that will be coming. Many of the changes fix typos and formatting issues, while others are more substantive. Of course, we'll likely have additional changes and revisions following the P&Z work session.
We expect to have another public hearing, followed by a recommendation vote at the Dec. 16 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
We appreciate everyone's input on the Plan so far, and we welcome your questions. If something's unclear, feel free to ask questions here on the blog or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can always call me as well at 218-5409.