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Posted on: June 30, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Notice of Public Hearing

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The Schertz Planning and Zoning Commission will conduct public hearings on Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. located at the Municipal Complex Council Chambers, 1400 Schertz Parkway, Building #4, Schertz, Texas to consider and make recommendations on the following items: 

PLCPA20220164– A request to amend the Comprehensive Land Use Plan by changing approximately 31 acres of the Future Land Use Map from the Estate Neighborhood land use designation to the Mixed-Use Neighborhood land use designation, generally located east of the intersection of FM 1518 and Woman Hollering Road, also known as 12535 Woman Hollering Road, also known as Bexar County Property Identification Numbers, 1150385 and 310128 Bexar County, Texas.

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PLZC20220124– A request to rezone approximately 31 acres of land to Apartment/ Multi-Family Residential (R-4), generally located east of the intersection of FM 1518 and Woman Hollering Road, also known as 12535 Woman Hollering Road, also known as Bexar County Property Identification Numbers, 1150385 and 310128 Bexar County, Texas.

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PLZC20220175– A request to rezone approximately 0.14 acres of land from Single-Family Residential District (R-2) to Main Street Mixed Use District (MSMU), generally located southeast of the intersection of Randolph Ave and Exchange Ave, also known as 204 Randolph Ave, also known as Guadalupe County Property Identification Number 67555, Guadalupe County, Texas.

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Anyone with an interest is invited to attend these public hearings. If you have any questions on this proposed zone change request, please contact the Planning Division at planning@schertz.com or (210) 619-1780.  

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