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Planning & Zoning
Mission

The Cibolo Planning Department’s Mission is to maintain the Spirit of Historic Cibolo, while guiding smart growth and development and providing amenities and enhancing the quality of life in Cibolo.

  • Comprehensive Planning - The newly adopted 2016 Master Plan is the policy document that guides the growth and change for all future physical development of the city and defines the Vision for the City of Cibolo.

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City of Cibolo Public Notices

  - - - Rezoning Petitions - - -

 The Cibolo Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council will hold public hearings on Wednesday March 8, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. and Tuesday March 28, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. respectively, each to be conducted at Cibolo City Hall, 200 South Main, Cibolo, Texas.  The purpose of both meetings is to hear public testimony regarding the assignment of permanent zoning to properties annexed into Cibolo in 2016 & 2017, generally located south of FM 78 on Haeckerville Road and along Green Valley Road west of FM 1103.  Properties to be considered are proposed to be zoned Agricultural Homestead (AG), Rural Residential (SF-1), Medium Density Residential (SF-2), Multi-Family Residential (MF-2), Neighborhood Commercial (C-1), Retail/Office (C-3), Mixed Use Regional Employment (MURE) and Public Facilities (PF).

Rezone Exhibit (Map 1)  ~  Rezone Exhibit (Map 2)
Rezone Exhibit (Map 3)  ~  Rezone Exhibit (Map 4)

The City of Cibolo Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council will hold public hearings on Wednesday, March 08, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. and on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., respectively, each conducted at Cibolo City Hall, 200 South Main St, Cibolo, Texas, to hear public testimony concerning the rezoning of 311 acres of real property, known as the Gilbert Tract, located east of N. Main St, north of FM 78, abutting the southern property lines of  Town Creek Subdivision and Steele High School, from the Mixed Use Old Town/Town Center District (C-2) to Planned Unit development (PUD), to enable a mix of residential densities and commercial.

 Rezone Exhibit (Proposed Master Plan)