The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a workshop on September 28 at 5:30 p.m. at Sugar Land City Hall to provide an update on the work completed since the July 19 joint City Council/Planning & Zoning Commission workshop on the proposed mixed-use code.
City staff received direction from the City Council at their July 19 joint workshop to focus on a mixed-use code to support redevelopment in the Lake Pointe Regional Activity Center. This workshop will focus on the necessary steps to prepare Lake Pointe for future redevelopment opportunities, including the adoption of a Development Code update to establish a new mixed-use zoning district, rezoning of the Fluor Campus to the new mixed-use zoning district, and revisions to the Land Use Plan. P&Z will also have an opportunity to review some changes to the code based on feedback from City Council.
Redevelopment is City Council’s No. 1 priority and the creation of mixed-use zoning districts is a key component in the City’s overall redevelopment plan. Both the creation and implementation of mixed-use zoning districts are outlined in the 2018 Land Use Plan to develop Activity Centers across Sugar Land and fuel the City’s growth for future generations.
For more information, visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/redevelopment.