The Round Rock City Council has asked the Planning staff to create new multifamily zoning districts to address concerns they have regarding the number and quality of apartments in Round Rock.
The proposed new regulations separate the current Multifamily (MF) zoning district into three multifamily districts with different development standards (MF-1, MF-2, and MF-3) based on density. Properties that are currently zoned Multifamily (MF) are proposed to be rezoned to MF-2 (Multifamily-Medium Density).
Planned Unit Developments (PUDs) that permit multifamily development and which specifically address some development and design standards will not see those specific standards changed. Instances where a PUD refers back to the MF district would be changed to one of the new proposed districts.
The initiative will be presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission at 6 p.m. July 25 at City Hall. More information, including drafts of the proposed districts and a map of the properties involved, can be found at roundrocktexas.gov/multifamily.