Public hearing: Two properties recommended for annexation
The City Council of the City of Belton, Texas will hold a public hearing on the annexation of property generally located east of Toll Bridge Rd. and further described as:
A 2.88-acre tract of property located in the F. Madregal Survey, Abstract 544, Bell County, Texas, Property ID # 472920, located on the east side of Toll Bridge Rd. 5235 Toll Bridge Rd.
A 7.28-acre tract of property located in the F. Madredal Survey, Abstract 544, Bell County, Texas, Property ID # 105615, located east of Toll Bridge Rd.
View of map of the area here.
The public hearing will be held on February 8, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at the Wright Room at the Harris Community Center located at 401 N. Alexander, Belton, Texas 76513.
Additional information is available by contacting Bob van Til, Planning Director at email@example.com or calling 254-933-5816.
Citizens encouraged to comment on Thoroughfare Plan
The City of Belton invites public comments on 17 proposed amendments to the Belton Thoroughfare Plan through November 12, 2021.
The Belton Planning and Zoning Commission is scheduled to conduct a public hearing on the proposed amendments on November 16, 2021. The Belton City Council is scheduled to conduct a public hearing consider revising the plan on January 11, 2022.
For more information, contact Bob van Til, Planning Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-933-5816.
City Council approves updates to Subdivision Ordinance
Below is a link to the Subdivision Ordinance and the amendments that were adopted at the April 28, 2020 City Council meeting. The Summary of Changes outlines the revisions that were adopted by Council. If you have any questions, please email Planning Director Bob van Til at email@example.com or call 254-933-5816.
2020 Adopted Subdivision Ordinance
SUMMARY OF CHANGES: Adopted April 28, 2020
Changes made to subdivision plat process
In order to comply with recently passed state legislation, we have revised our submittal dates and checklist for subdivision plat/plan reviews.
Plat Schedule: The new deadline for submittals will be the 1st Monday of the month instead of the 15th, effective for the January P&ZC meeting. Staff review time is approximately 10 working days for the first submittal, and 5 working days for re-submittals. Our policy is to ensure plats/plans are administratively complete, i.e. all items have been addressed, before moving forward to the P&ZC for consideration. This ensures any issues are fully identified and addressed (or variance requested), before the plat is presented to the P&ZC/CC. Keep our calendar on hand.
City can no longer require specific building materials
(Mobile Food Vendor Ordinance 2019-27 and Amended Fire Code for Food Vendors, 2019-28.)