About the Zoning Commission
The Zoning Commission is responsible for conducting public hearings related to zoning change requests. The Commission conducts public hearings and recommends the appropriate boundaries of zoning districts, and recommends changes to the regulation to be enforced in those zoning districts to City Council. Additionally, the Zoning Commission prepares a final report for the City Council on recommendations for change in zoning district boundaries or regulations in zoning districts.
To learn more, visit the Zoning History and Process Fact Sheet.
The application to request a zoning change can be found in the Agendas & Resources.. After you submit your application, Development Services will assign a case manager to guide you through the process.
The Zoning Commission holds a public hearing twice monthly on the first and third Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Board Room located at 1901 S. Alamo. For information on the Zoning Commission meetings, contact Zoning Commission Liaison. All meetings are open to the public. Zoning Commission notices, similar to sample below, are mailed out to alert the public of upcoming hearings.
Sample - Zoning Commission Public Hearing Notice - English/Spanish
We encourage citizens to attend the public hearings. If you are unable to attend, you can submit comments for the Zoning Commission to consider. Public comments regarding an agenda item may be submitted in writing to the assigned Case Manager either by mail, hand-delivery, or email Zoning Commission Liaison.
frequently asked questions
In an effort to assist citizens with the Zoning Commission processes, we have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) . Please refer to the link below for FAQs.
Zoning Commission FAQs - English and Spanish Translations
The Zoning Commission is an 11-member body appointed by the City Council and the Mayor for a two-year term.