About the Planning & Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) is a nine-member citizen panel that reviews land development applications, including all subdivision plats within the city limits. It also makes a recommendation to the City Council on the adoption of all zoning and rezoning applications. If P&Z recommends against adoption, at least six Council members must approve the application for it to pass (instead of a simple majority). P&Z also makes recommendations to the Council regarding zoning and development policy, such as changes to the General Plan and Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances.
L-R: Stacie Bryan, Matthew Baker, Rene Flores, Mike Doss, Frank Leffingwell, Peter Drapes, David Pavliska, Rob Wendt, J. Hollis Bone
The Planning and Zoning Commission usually meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month (please refer to the P&Z meeting schedule or to the online calendar). Special meetings may be called. All meetings are broadcast live on Time Warner cable channel 10 and Uverse channel 99.
P&Z members are appointed to two-year staggered terms by the City Council. Members must be eligible voters and have been residents of Round Rock for at least twelve months. All P&Z members also serve on the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee (CIAC). For more information contact the Planning & Development Services Department at (512) 341-3320.
Contact P&Z Members
Contact commissioners through Veronica Chandler at (512) 341-3320. Send correspondence in care of the Planning and Community Development Department, 301 W. Bagdad Ave., Suite 210, Round Rock, TX 78664.
Frank Leffingwell (Chairman)
David Pavliska (Vice Chair)
Rene Flores (Alternate Vice Chair)
J. Hollis Bone
P&Z Term Expirations
June 2015: Bone, Doss, Flores, Leffingwell
June 2016: Baker, Bryan, Pavliska, Wendt
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