Planning & Zoning
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 (PDF) 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.
- Comprehensive Master Plan Amendments:
- Ordinance 1274 - amendment to Chapter 8 implementation matrix;
- Long Range Planning - Cibolo is committed to addressing long-term planning issues, such as the Future Land Use Map and Future Thoroughfare Plan (PDF) and our Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
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2019 Legislative Update to development codes
- June 11, 2019 City Council Meeting Presentation Item 10B
- Due to the 2019 legislative update and per UDC Sections 2.4(D), 20.3.3(1)(l) and 20.3.5(1)(j), all platting will follow the City of Cibolo Platting Guide.
- Applicant is encourage to seek a pre-development meeting during the early design stages of a project prior to official submittal.
- 2018 Unified Development Code (PDF) Ordinance 1233 (PDF) UDC Update FAQs (PDF)
- 2021 Amended Unified Development Code (UDC) for Public Input
- The Unified Development Code (UDC) is the primary guide to development within the City of Cibolo. The purpose of the UDC is to promote the public health, safety and general welfare of its citizens as well as the safe, orderly and healthful development of the city. It incorporates procedures, standards and regulations for zoning as well as subdivision applications. Consistency with the 2016 Comprehensive/Master Plan, the 2019 legislative updates and development continuing at an accelerated pace has triggered the need to update our guidelines. As part of the public input process, the redlined UDC will be posted online soliciting public comments for approximately 30 days.
- UDC Updates by Article
UDC Redline Draft
- Any questions, comments and/or suggestions may be submitted to staff via phone at (210) 658-9900 ext. 3141 or (210) 658-9900 ext. 3140 or by email at Planning@cibolotx.gov. Please visit the following webpages to access the UDC updates by Article and the 2021 proposed amendments to the UDC.
www.cibolotx.gov > Main Page > News Feed
www.cibolotx.gov > Doing Business > Planning and Engineering > Planning and Zoning Key Topics
City of Cibolo Public Notices
- - - Comprehensive Sign Program - - -
The City of Cibolo Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. to be conducted at Cibolo City Hall, 200 South Main, Cibolo, Texas, to hear public testimony concerning a Comprehensive Sign Program for HEB Grocery, Fuel and Carwash, located at the intersection of FM 1103 and Main Street.
- - - Unified Development Code Update - - -
The City of Cibolo, Texas, has proposed amendments to the Unified Development Code, which includes revisions relating to the 2019 legislative updates, consistency with the 2016 Comprehensive/Master Plan and various other topics including allowable uses, density of development and construction standards. The scope of the proposed revision to the Unified Development Code is too broad to be comprehensibly set out in this notice. Parties interested in how the proposed amendments may affect their property may obtain a copy of the proposed amendments from the office of the City Secretary during normal business hours.
Public Hearings shall be conducted by both the Planning and Zoning Commission and the City Council in order for members of the public to have an opportunity to offer testimony and comments regarding the proposed amendments. The Public Hearings shall be conducted on the dates and times that follow:
- The Planning and Zoning Commission shall hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.; and
- The City of Cibolo City Council shall hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.
The location of both Public Hearings shall be Cibolo City Hall, 200 South Main, Cibolo, Texas, which is a disability accessible facility.