Planning Commission


Subdivision Team Supervisor
Elizabeth Carol, Sr. Management Analyst, 
in charge of"

MDP

Plats

PUD Plans

Preliminary Development Meetings

Planning Commission Agenda

Elizabeth.carol@sanantonio.gov
(210) 207-7893

 

Planning Commission Resources:

Agendas and Minutes

Members

Schedule

 

 Meeting Information:

Meetings are held twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesday at 2:00 pm

In the Board Room at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Service Center located at 1901 S. Alamo, San Antonio, Texas 78204 (corner of S. Alamo and S. Flores)

The meetings duration is usually two to four hours.

Contact Information:
General questions contact the Land Entitlements team at (210)-207-1111

Planning Commission:
The Planning Commission is composed of nine members appointed by the City Council and acts as an advisory body to the City Council as established by the City Charter in Article IX, Planning Commission.

Organization:
The Planning Commission has staggered terms; five of the members have a two-year term, and four of the members have a one-year term.  Members must reside in the City of San Antonio. Members are offered $20.00 per meeting, not to exceed $1,040 per annum. The Planning Commission advises the City Council on creation of and additions to a master plan for the development of San Antonio and a five-year list of recommended capital improvements. Moreover, the Planning Commission prepares and administers regulations on subdivisions and platting, both within the City limits and its extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ).

To schedule an item:
If you have an item that needs to be considered by the Planning Commission, please contact the Land Entitlements team for information on the necessary steps and procedures to process your request. 

Citizen Participation:
Citizens planning to speak about an item on the agenda will need to sign-in to speak for that item prior to the meeting, or at "Citizens to be Heard" if the item is not on the agenda.  When the citizen is called up to speak, they will need to provide their full name and address for the record.  Please note that citizen's comments are limited to up to three minutes per person and may change at the discretion of the Planning Commission Chair.

Duties:
The Planning Commission reviews and considers the following items:

  • Planned Unit Development Plans

  • Subdivision Plats

  • Appeals

The Planning Commission reviews and makes recommendations to City Council on the following items:

 



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