- Unified Development Code
- Code of Ordinances
- Development Guide-Commercial Redevelopment
- Development Guide-New Commercial Construction
- Plan Review Submittal Process
- Sign Ordinance
- Interlocal Agreement
- 2019 Meeting Calendar & Application Deadlines
Site Plan Process
The City has recently created a new Site Development Permit. This permit does not add new regulations, but instead provides a convenient, streamlined tool for review and approval of items required for site development such as grading, landscaping, and site design. When a vacant tract is developed, or when a developed tract is changed, a Site Development Permit may be required.
Site Permit Application and checklist is available here. Applications for Site Permits should be submitted to Francis Serna in the Planning Department.
Boards and Commissions:
Planning and Zoning Commission
- The Commission is comprised of nine (9) members, appointed by the City and is responsible for overview of the physical development of the city including administration of the zoning and subdivision ordinances.
- Planning Commission meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm, in the City Council Chambers.
- Upcoming Agendas
Zoning Board of Adjustments
- The Zoning Board of Adjustment is comprised of (7) members appointed by the City Council. The Board of Adjustment reviews and takes action on applications for zoning variances, special exceptions and appeals from administrative decisions involving the zoning ordinance.
- Zoning Board of Adjustment meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at 5:30pm in the City Council Chambers.
- Upcoming Agendas
The City is developing a web-based Technical Manual as a supplement to the UDC. When complete, it will be available here.
Long Range Planning
The City of Seguin plans for long-term success. The documents on this page are a reflection of the community's values and serve as a blueprint for Seguin's future.
Comprehensive Plan (adopted 2008)
The Long Range Planning Committee is charged with:
- Advocating for the implementation of the Comprehensive Plan recommendations
- Reviewing progress toward such implementation
- Facilitating plan application
- Preparing progress and status reports at strategic intervals
- Upcoming Agendas - LRPC
The City determines its boundaries through the annexation process.
- The City of Seguin has no plans to annex any properties which are not exempt as defined by Section 43.052(h), Texas Local Government Code, within the time period prescribed by statute.
- The City of Seguin reserves the right to amend this annexation plan in accordance with the provisions of the Texas Local Government Code and other applicable law.