I live in Sunset Cove or Stonehaven, why is my property being zoned differently than the rest of New Territory?

The properties in the Sunset Cove and Stonehaven subdivisions were platted (subdivided) as zero-lot line residential, which are also known as patio homes. This means these lots have different setbacks and house placement standards from other New Territory subdivisions. The City of Sugar Land has a dedicated zoning district, R-1Z Zero Lot Line Single-Family, for subdivisions platted similarly to Sunset Cove and Stonehaven. Therefore, the R-1Z zoning district is more appropriate for Sunset Cove and Stonehaven and will be consistent with the layout of the neighborhood, the existing plat, and deed restrictions.

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1. How will this affect me and my property?
2. I live in Sunset Cove or Stonehaven, why is my property being zoned differently than the rest of New Territory?
3. I am a commercial property owner; why did I receive this notice?
4. Do I need to attend the public hearings?
5. Do I need to speak during the public hearings?
6. How can I speak during the public hearings?
7. How can I watch the public hearings?
8. What is zoning?
9. What is the difference between interim and permanent zoning?
10. What about Greatwood?