Master Plan Policies

Community planning is a continuous and dynamic process that helps the community achieve goals that are important to its citizens and to the community at large. Over time, these goals will likely change. Then, the community must again review where they have been, how they got there, what has changed since their last planning effort and where they want to go next.  This PDF is from a work group discussion for stakeholders who met in July in a follow up meeting from January’s Regional Visioning Workshop. A summary will be provided by the City of San Antonio in coming days and will be linked here for a more concise report. – Master Plan Policies

This was the City of San Antonio Master Plan Update for in January 2010 – Master Plan Policies

Leon Valley

The City of Leon Valley initially proposed implementation of a Property Maintenance Code Ordinance in December 2011. If enacted as written, this ordinance would significantly infringe on the private property rights of those who live there, while also imposing potential fines on those working to facilitate property transactions within this city’s boundaries if properties are found to be in non-compliance with these new rules.

SABOR is informing and engaging the residents of Leon Valley.  See postcard campaign or visit www.absurdordinance.com.

Ordinances and Updates:

Public Hearings and Meetings:

News and Media:

* Large PDF file – For best viewing, right-click on the link and save the file to your computer, then open it with Adobe Acrobat.

UDC Information

Unified Development Code – UDC
Unified Development Code – Planning & Development Services Department

MEETINGS & UPDATES:

  • January 21, 2013 City South Update: After careful review and much consideration, the a staff recommendation was submitted to the Mayor and City Council on December 13, 2012 to proceed with a 1 – 3 year phase out of the City South Project. No official vote has been made however we will provide further updates as we receive them.
  • August 22, 2011 City South Update: City South Management Authority Board Seeks Applicants – Click here for details

Joint Land Use Studies

  • Voluntary Disclosure: Camp Bullis Awareness Zone Voluntary Real Estate Disclosure Statement
  • Lackland JLUSHere is the presentation Liz Drake with AECOM gave to the Executive Committee on September 12, 2011. The Executive Committee voted to accept the report and now it will go to City Council and the Commissioners Court for review and approval in coming months. Ms. Drake indicated that she would be giving presentations to City Council and Commissioners Court. David Marquez with the County indicated that after approval of the Lackland JLUS Study, they would be moving forward with getting the noise and lighting studies conducted so that the impact to the “areas of concern” can be better defined.

 

The Lackland Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a cooperative land use planning initiative between the U.S. Air Force, Port San Antonio, Bexar County and the City of San Antonio, as well as other regional entities.

On Thursday June 16th at 2:00 p.m., an Executive Committee JLUS meeting will occur.  Please see the following agenda PDF for infomation that will be under consideration then.

On Thursday morning April 21st, an Executive Committee JLUS meeting will occur.  Please see the following PDF for infomation that will be under consideration Thursday morning.

There will be a public meeting on the Lackland AFB JLUS February 23rd at 6:30 p.m.  The meeting will be held at the South San Civic Center, 503 Lovett Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78211:
•  Agenda
•  Sub Area Diagram
•  How to comment on the recommendations

The draft of the Lackland AFB Joint Land Use Study Report is now available for public review and commenting. The public comment period has been extended to Friday, March 4, 2011.
•   Lackland JLUS
•   Index of /downloads/public/Draft_Report here
Most military installations were originally located in remote areas, distant from urban areas due largely to the availability of land and for defense and security purposes. Over time however, installations drew people and businesses closer and closer to take advantage of civilian job opportunities offered by the installation and to provide the goods and services to support the installation’s operations. As urban growth and development increased near and around military installations land use conflicts between base operations and civilian development increased.

Is Smart Planning an Option? Through joint, cooperative military and community planning, growth conflicts can be anticipated, identified, and prevented. These actions help protect the installation’s military mission, and the public health, safety, quality of life and community economic stability.

The Department of Defense (DoD) supports several programs designed to provide technical information on noise and aircraft accident potential that communities can use to regulate urban encroachment while promoting economic growth and development.  Read more here:  JLUS Smart Planning – doc

Bexar County, in cooperation with the City of San Antonio, Lackland AFB, and Port San Antonio, is preparing a Joint Land Use Study for Lackland AFB.

Details of the management structure for a Joint Land Use Study program can be found here: JLUS Organization – pdf

There will be a public meeting on the Lackland AFB JLUS February 23rd at 6:30 p.m.  The meeting will be held at the South San Civic Center, 503 Lovett Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78211:
•  Agenda
•  Sub Area Diagram
•  How to comment on the recommendations

Please find the links to download the draft report for the Lackland AFB Joint Land Use Study. You will also see a separate link for a Map Book; this contains all the maps that are included in the report in a readily accessible booklet. Additionally, you will also find the appendices which provide background information and documentation for the proposed recommendations.  This release of the draft report initiates the public review/comment period, which will end on March 4, 2011. Please provide all comments and feedback to Robyn Locke by COB on March 4, 2011.

Draft Report, Appendices and Maps for circulation:
The draft of the Lackland AFB Joint Land Use Study Report is now available for public review and commenting. The public comment period has been extended to Friday, March 4, 2011.  Please review and submit your comments and recommendations before the March 4th deadline. 
Index of /downloads/public/Draft_Report here

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Camp Bullis:
Be aware that the area near Camp Bullis may be subject to noise or other conditions from military operations at Camp Bullis – Camp Bullis Awareness Zone Voluntary Real Estate Disclosure Statement

The City Office of Military Affairs and other City Departments review initiatives that are currently underway to protect and perpetuate the missions at Camp Bullis – Camp Bullis Initiatives
Articles, maps, and studies examining the Camp Bullis Joint Land Use Study – Related Materials

The City of San Antonio (COSA) has requested that a voluntary real estate/military notice be implemented and used for properties located in and around the Camp Bullis area. Please provide this form to your clients.

Randolph:
The Randolph JLUS will assess compatible development factors, including air space competition, around three distinct areas of study: Randolph Airfield, Seguin Auxiliary Airfield, Stinson Airfield: Randolph JLUSpdf
BRAC:
To prepare the community for challenges and opportunities associated with military-related growth, to work with the military to sustain and enhance mission readiness, and to develop and institutionalize relationships between the community and the military on issues of common concern – these are the goals of the Base Realignment And Closure program – BRAC.

BRAC Update – June 14, 2011 – pdf

BRAC Update – May 26, 2009 – pdf

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