Residents invited to weigh in on draft Future Land Use Plan updates
What should Keller look like as it continues to develop? Join us at one of two public input meetings in the weeks ahead to review and share feedback on a draft proposal of updates to the city’s Future Land Use Plan map and land use categories.
The Future Land Use Plan serves as a guide to help Keller address issues such as physical factors and man-made constraints that influence development, demographic makeup of the city, existing land use patterns, and future growth and development opportunities. The current plan was adopted on Aug. 31, 1998.
A formal update process for the plan began in March of this year at a joint meeting between the Planning & Zoning Commission, Keller City Council and professional consulting firm Freese and Nichols Inc. Residents were asked this spring to participate in an online survey, give comments at event booths and attend one of five public meetings to share what they envisioned for Keller’s future development.
Now, residents will have the opportunity to explore the proposed updates, ask questions and provide feedback on Tuesday, Sept. 25 or Wednesday, Oct. 24. Both meetings will begin at 6 p.m. at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Pkwy. Can’t attend? A recording of the first meeting will be posted to the city website along with the draft map and category details, and an online portal to provide comment will be available through the second meeting date at www.cityofkeller.com/FLUP.