Grapevine City Council is expected to consider a zoning ordinance amendment that would allow shared signage within a commercial development along SH 114.

Council members approved a resolution to call for a public hearing on the zoning ordinance amendment during the Oct. 17 meeting.

The overview

A public hearing on the item could give the developer the opportunity to have shared signage along a frontage road for SH 114 that runs in front of four separate lots that include a Velvet Taco and Son of a Butcher. An initial zoning change to allow for a planned commercial development was approved in July 2021.

According to city documents, the developer for the property requested the change that will allow for a shared sign between two of the lots.

Dig deeper

Currently, some areas of the city are allowed to have off-premises signs, which is what the developer is requesting, provided a conditional use for the sign gets council approval and written permission is sent to the city.
  • Grapevine Mills Parkway
  • Grapevine Mills Boulevard North
  • North SH 121
  • Freeport Parkway
If council approves the zoning change, the section along SH 114 containing the four lots would be added to the list of areas allowing off-premises signs to be considered on the premises of a lot, per city documents.

What’s next?

The request will be considered at a future council meeting for approval or denial of the zoning ordinance amendment request.