Planning & Development
Solana Zoning Case Update from Nov. 27 Town Council Meeting RE: Zoning Case Z-06-19-17
In our ongoing efforts to help residents and stakeholders stay informed, Town of Westlake Staff would like to provide you with the very latest on zoning case Z-06-19-17 involving the undeveloped land off Solana Boulevard.
At the Nov.27 Town Council meeting, council members denied the proposed residential development, 61-lot plan (Version 3) by a vote of 3-1 based on consideration of P&Z Commissioner's recommendations, Staff recommendations, letters from residents, and conversations during the Public Hearing on Nov.27, 2017.
Here is a quick link to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the Planned District 1 (PD1) Zoning District. We hope this FAQ will help answer some common questions and also provide a historical perspective as it relates to PD1 as a whole and the recently denied Zoning Case Z-06-19-17, filed by Wilbow Corp.
Should you have any further questions regarding PD1 or any development in Westlake, please contact Planning & Development Director Ron Ruthven via email or at 817-490-5739.
Planning and Development Functions
The Planning and Development Department is responsible for processing plating and zoning requests and ensuring that proposed development will conform to the Town of Westlake's comprehensive plans.
Additional responsibilities of the department include:
- Building inspection
- Code enforcement
- Fire prevention
- Gas well permit administration
- Municipal administration
- Municipal governance
- Plan review and inspection
- Planning and zoning
Forms and Applications Downloads
Most required forms are available online to download and submit to the town. View a list of downloadable forms and documents.
For more information on developing in Westlake, please consult our Economic Development Profile pamphlet.
Refer to our 2018 Submittal Schedule for specific deadline submittals to reach your desired Council/Commission date.
For home building you may refer to our Residential Project Guidelines.
Contact Dottie Samaniego for more information.