In addition to holding a public hearing regarding the rezoning of the property, council approved a resolution to execute a service agreement to provide utilities with the property owner, and ordinances for the parcel’s rezoning and annexation. No speakers provided comment during the public hearing.
Located near south A.W. Grimes Boulevard, a 9.24-acre parcel of land owned by Epitome Development was approved for rezoning to a PUD from its designated commercial use under the city’s comprehensive plan, making it fit for residential use. According to city documents, the developer will build a maximum of 108 units of single-family attached homes, or duplexes, on a commonly owned lot. Private drive aisles will serve the project, and a perimeter fence will be built.
At the Sept. 15 meeting of the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, the commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval of the zoning. No speakers commented on the matter at public hearings held for the development by both the commission and council.