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 gave comment during the city's public hearing.
The development will receive services from the city of Round Rock except for wastewater, Planning and Development Services Director Brad Wiseman said, as there is no access. Extensions for other city utilities will be paid by the property owner.
The property, owned by RGC CAde Lake LLC., is surrounded by a single-family development in Round Rock on two sides, surrounded by another single-family development in Pflugerville on another and boxed in by a church-owned property in Round Rock, according to city documents. In the north and south, two local streets provide access to the property from both Round Rock and Pflugerville.
Plans for the property include a maximum of 40 detached single-family homes to be constructed with 20-foot setbacks from the property boundary.
During a hearing for the rezoning held by the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, according to city documents, a Round Rock resident shared concerns for trees and an easement on the property adjacent to his lot, and a Pflugerville resident shared more general concerns about the appearances of the homes, what type of housing they would be, increased traffic and crime.