My property is proposed to be rezoned, how will I be affected?

If City Council approves the rezoning for the homes east of Wood Street and north of Lakeview Drive, property owners wishing to make modifications to their home will need to follow regulations for The Hill Area Residential (HR-1) zoning district. However, property owners will not be required to change existing structures to meet the HR-1 zoning regulations.

In addition to the proposed rezoning and as a result of The Hill Community Engagement project, Development Code changes to the HR-1 zoning district regulations will also be presented to City Council at the July 7th meeting. City staff held an online town hall from February 28 through April 30 for The Hill community to provide input. The Planning and Zoning Commission also held public hearings at their May 28th meeting.

Property owners can access the current HR-1 zoning district regulations through Municode and review the proposed changes to the HR-1 zoning district regulations on the project webpage at www.sugarlandtx.gov/1981/HR-1-Zoning-District.


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1. Why did I receive a letter about public hearings?
2. Why is my property being rezoned from Standard Single-Family Residential (R-1) to Hill Area Residential (HR-1)?
3. What are the changes to the HR-1 zoning district regulations?
4. My property is proposed to be rezoned, how will I be affected?
5. How can I speak or provide my input at the public hearings scheduled for the July 7th City Council meeting?
6. What is the Development Code?
7. What is zoning?
8. What is a rezoning?
9. What is the Hill Area Residential (HR-1) zoning district?