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 for or against the adoption of all zoning and rezoning applications. The Planning and Zoning Commission meets approximately every 2-3 weeks.
Submittals for this meeting are due by noon, May 19, 2020
Beginning June 1 and continuing until further notice, the City will be using videoconferencing (powered by Zoom) as a way for the public to speak at public meetings that are subject to the Open Meetings Act, in order to advance the public health goal of limiting face-to-face meetings (also called “social distancing”). Some members of the Planning & Zoning Commission will be in the City Council chambers for the meeting and some will participate via Zoom video conferencing, however members of the public may choose to appear in person or speak via Zoom. To register to speak during Citizen Communication or a public hearing at this meeting via Zoom, please use the registration link below AND contact the City Clerk at email@example.com, providing your name, address, phone number and email, as well as the name of the meeting and agenda item number you wish to speak on. Please note that the 3-minute time limit to speak is still in effect and will be enforced. As always, all members of the public may watch all public meetings live online at roundrocktexas.gov/replay or roundrocktexas.gov/tv, as well as on Spectrum channel 10 and U-Verse channel 99. There is no registration required to simply watch the meeting.
More detailed information on City of Round Rock public meetings as it relates to COVID-19 can be accessed here.
Those wishing to register to speak at the June 17 Planning & Zoning Commission meeting may do so by using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qg5xepKqQc2RLpEywFY8Lg
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