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File #: ORD-0485    Version: Name: Juarez Commercial Rezoning
Type: Ordinance Status: Approved
File created: 10/1/2019 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action:
Title: Approving an ordinance on second reading with a caption reading: an ordinance of the city of Pflugerville, Texas, amending Ordinance No. 1203-15-02-24 of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, as amended, by changing the zoning designation of the North half of lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18, of Block 7 out of the original Pflugerville subdivision, from Single-Family Suburban (SF-S) to Office (O) District; to be known as Juarez Commercial Rezoning (REZ1908-02); providing for repeal of conflicting ordinances; providing for severability; and providing an effective date.
Attachments: 1. Juarez Commercial Building Staff Report, 2. Juarez Commercial Building Exhibit Map, 3. Juarez Commercial Rezoning Ordinance
Title
Approving an ordinance on second reading with a caption reading: an ordinance of the city of Pflugerville, Texas, amending Ordinance No. 1203-15-02-24 of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, as amended, by changing the zoning designation of the North half of lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18, of Block 7 out of the original Pflugerville subdivision, from Single-Family Suburban (SF-S) to Office (O) District; to be known as Juarez Commercial Rezoning (REZ1908-02); providing for repeal of conflicting ordinances; providing for severability; and providing an effective date.
Summary
The subject property, 204 N 1st St, is located on the corner of East Walnut Street and North 1st Street, one block north of West Main Street and one block west of North Railroad Avenue. To the east, the property faces Suite 500 of City Hall. The property was recently acquired by the applicant for purposes of establishing an office at the location. The current zoning, Single-Family Suburban (SF-S), does not allow non-residential uses. Therefore, the applicant has proposed rezoning to the Office (O) district. The property is located within the Downtown District Overlay (DDO). The DDO adds specific requirements to a base zoning district. In this case, the base zoning district currently is SF-S and the request is to change that base zoning district to O. The request will not affect or remove the DDO, only the base zoning district. In general, the base zoning district establishes the land uses that can be permitted on each property and the DDO further refines development requirements, allowable uses, and design standards.

The properties directly to the north and south are zoned Single Family Suburban (SF-S), and are not anticipated to change land use or zoning in the near future. Properties to the northeast are currently zoned Retail (R) and currently have residential land uses, but can change at any time. The properties to the east which contain City Hall and further east Hanover’s Draught Haus,...

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