Bryan City Council’s approval to rezone the land on the northwest side of town is just the first step for developers looking to build 300 new homes.
At the December board meeting, City Manager Kean Register was among the staff who explained the developer’s role in the site’s development review process.
This is after neighboring homeowners expressed concerns about increased traffic and possible flooding.
Deputy Director of Planning and Development Services Martin Zimmerman said the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) will be seeking public comments following the site review process.
Zimmerman says after the staff review, P&Z will hold another public hearing before considering final action.
Developers who want to build homes generally north of the intersection of Sandy Point and Hilton Road plan to build a retention pond and they would be responsible for extending the water and sewer lines.
Click HERE to read and download background information from the Bryan City Council meeting on December 14, 2021.
Click HERE to read and download the ordinance that has been adopted.
Click below for comments from Kean Register and Martin Zimmerman.