Pflugerville Banner
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: RES-0600    Version: Name: Historic Colored Addition Subdivision Study
Type: Resolution Status: Discuss and consider action
File created: 2/14/2019 In control: Planning Dept
On agenda: 4/9/2019 Final action: 4/9/2019
Title: Discuss and consider action to approve a resolution adopting the Infrastructure and Land Use Study associated with Pflugerville’s historic Colored Addition Subdivision.
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Land Use and Infrastructure Phasing, 3. Land Use Summary
Title
Discuss and consider action to approve a resolution adopting the Infrastructure and Land Use Study associated with Pflugerville’s historic Colored Addition Subdivision.

Summary
The historic Colored Addition Subdivision is a subdivision that was created in 1910 and is located north of Pecan St., generally east of Swenson Farms Blvd. The subdivision was established in a grid pattern with a total of five public streets, 55 lots with alley access, and a one-acre school lease area. Over time, portions of four public streets were constructed, leaving remaining segments and alleys unimproved. Water and wastewater utility infrastructure was installed over time, however the existing infrastructure may not be sufficient for the current or planned land uses. In order to determine the needs of the area, the City of Pflugerville has initiated an Infrastructure and Land Use Study with the assistance of a consultant, Halff Associates.

On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the City of Pflugerville hosted an open house to listen and discuss the community’s visions for the historic Colored Addition Subdivision and what public improvements, if any, should be completed in the area. Staff representatives from the Planning and Engineering Departments engaged with residents to discuss future land use goals and potential infrastructure improvements for the area. Preliminary land use and public infrastructure drafts created by city staff and the consultant, Halff Associates, were shown at the open house to encourage open discussion and critique. Based on feedback received at the meeting, city staff drafted another potential future land use plan which responded to the public comment gathered.

On December 3, 2018, the Planning and Zoning Commission discussed the land use plan, including roadway layout, for the historic Colored Addition Subdivision. The Commission discussed what was presented at the Open House and heard additional feedback from the community that was in attendance at ...

Click here for full text