About the Planning & Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) is a nine-member citizen panel that reviews land development appli-cations, including all subdivision plats within the city limits. It also makes a recommendation to the City Council for or against 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 develop-ment policy, such as changes to the General Plan and Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances.
L-R: Will Peckham, Jim Shelgren, Michael Morales, Vice-Chair David Pavliska, Chairman Al Kosik, Peter Drapes, Frank Leffingwell, Alternate Vice-Chair Larry Yawn, and Rene Flores
The Planning and Zoning Commission meets approximately every 5-6 weeks (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 Department at 512-341-3166.
Contact P&Z Members
Contact commissioners through Diane Buck at (512) 341-3166. Send correspondence in care of the Planning and Community Development Department, 301 W. Bagdad Avenue Suite 210, Round Rock, TX 78664.
Al Kosik (Chairman)
P&Z Term Expirations
June 2013: Flores, Kosik, Leffingwell, Shelgren
June 2014: Drapes, Morales, Pavliska, Peckham, Yawn
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