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Master Land Use Plan
The City of Garden Ridge is currently developing a Master Land Use Plan led by urban planning consultants Freese and Nichols, Inc. The Master Land Use Plan will incorporate the needs and desires of the community, business owners, and city leadership by illustrating what the community imagines for the future. The Plan will be specific to Garden Ridge's unique context, incorporating realistic recommendations and strategies that will help shape the future, while protecting the natural environment and community character. This Plan will serve as the long-term vision for the City of Garden Ridge and will be used every day by your City Council and decision-makers to inform decisions on growth and development. The planning process began in March 2017 and will span approximately nine months. There will be a number of meetings with the steering committee, public meetings, and online public participation tools to gather first-hand input that will ultimately be used to identify the community vision and influence plan recommendations.  To view the work that UTSA presented in September of 2016 "A Vision for the Future" (click here).

Stay informed by viewing the Project Website for other information and updates.  Help plan the future of Garden Ridge, take the survey (deadline May 15, 2017).

Meetings
The City of Garden Ridge values public participation and encourages you to get involved in local decision-making processes of the future of our great City.

Kick Off - Joint City Council and Planning & Zoning Meeting - April 3, 2017

Town Hall Meeting - 6:30 p.m. @ Community Center - April 24, 2017

Joint City Council and Planning & Zoning Meeting - May 1, 2017

Joint City Council and Planning & Zoning Meeting - August 7, 2017

Town Hall Meeting - 6:30 p.m. @ Community Center - To Be Determined

Joint City Council and Planning & Zoning Meeting - September 25, 2017

Joint City Council and Planning & Zoning Meeting - October 23, 2017
          Public Hearing and proposed adoption

****All meetings will be held at City Hall Council Chambers @ 6 p.m. unless stated differently.***