Public Meeting set to discuss Huebner/Leon Creeks Plan
Public Meeting set to discuss updates to the Huebner/Leon Creeks Community Plan
Interested citizens and community stakeholders are invited to a public meeting to discuss the future land use plan for the Huebner/Leon Creeks Community on Saturday, May 9 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, located at 6907 Kitchener Road. Residents, business, commercial property, and vacant land owners in the area are encouraged to attend to provide input on the plan, which was originally adopted in 2003.
The City’s Unified Development Code requires that neighborhood and community plans be reviewed by the Planning Commission at least once every five years, and if necessary, amended by the City Council. Since the five year period will end in August 2009, the Planning Team and area neighborhood association representatives requested a five year update to the land use plan.
The Huebner/Leon Creeks planning area is located in northwest Bexar County and is generally bounded by Bandera Road to the west; Prue Road to the north; Babcock Road to the east; and Huebner and Eckert Roads to the south. The planning area consists of approximately 4.78 square miles with a population of approximately 16,000 residents (Census 2000).
Completed plans represent the collective vision for the community and identify the preferred method and form of future growth. After adoption, the future land use plan will be utilized by the City when evaluating zoning change requests.
For more information, call John Osten at 207-2187 or e-mail [email protected]