Council Workshop Canceled - Due to unforeseen circumstances, today's Council Workshop Meeting will not take place. We will confirm later today if the Regular Council Meeting will take place tomorrow at 9:30 am as scheduled.
Pre-development Meetings minimize development planning costs and help to ensure compliance through pre-consultation with the development staff. Pre-development meetings are encouraged, but not required, for both Commercial and Residential developments.
New Notice for all Plans, Designs and/or Works Submitted to The City Of Conroe:
YOU UNDERSTAND AND VOLUNTARILY AGREE THAT ANY ENGINEERING DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND/OR WORKS SUBMITTED TO THE CITY OF CONROE WILL BE DEEMED TO BE PUBLIC INFORMATION SUBJECT TO RELEASE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TEXAS PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT. IF THE FIRM, SURVEYOR OR ENGINEER SEEK TO WITHHOLD THE RELEASE OF COPIES OF THE SUBMITTED DOCUMENTS, THAT DESIRE MUST BE SPECIFICALLY WRITTEN AND FURNISHED ALONG WITH THE DOCUMENTS TO THE CITY OF CONROE.
Any commercial developments within the City Limits & Planning Area must be prepared by a Licensed Professional Engineer and submitted to the Engineering Division. Site plan review takes approximately 10-15 working days. The following is a list of the various stages of site planning along with links to their applicable forms, checklist, and applications:
Plat Submittal - Contact the Development Coordinator to determine if a plat submittal will be required prior to Commercial Plan submittal.
New UpdatedCommercial Plan Submittal Checklist- Following a pre-development meeting the Commercial Site Plan may be submitted to the office of the City Engineer for review and acceptance.
Any residential developments within the City Limits & Planning Area must be prepared by a Licensed Professional Engineer and submitted to the Engineering Division. The following is a listing of the various stages of residential planning along with links to their applicable forms, checklist, and applications:
Preliminary Plat Submittal - Must be approved or conditionally approved prior to Subdivision Plan submittal.