Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP

Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP


Cedar Park City Council in January amended the intended usage for nine  tracts of property in the city’s future land use plan, or FLUP, which acts as a guide for future zoning for properties in the city. All future zoning decisions made by City Council have to conform to the land use plan, but these FLUP changes do not affect the current zoning on the nine properties. According to the city, the zoning would only be changed on these properties if the property owner initiated a rezoning.







Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP1. Trails End Tract


The 8.1 acre tract lies in Cedar Park’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, or ETJ, which is not subject to zoning, and currently holds a single-family residential development.
Current zoning: not zoned
Old FLUP designation: local office/retail/commercial
New FLUP designation: low-density residential



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP2. West Whitestone Blvd. Tract


Commercial and residential property surround the 40.1-acre tract.
Current zoning: development reserve, light industrial, business, commercial services
Old FLUP designation: heavy commercial
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP3. West New Hope Drive Tract


The 9.48-acre tract abuts a commercial area and sits near a residential area.
Current zoning: manufactured home/single-family and multifamily
Old FLUP designation: low-density residential
New FLUP designation: local office/retail/commercial




Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP4. Cedar Park Town Center Tract 2


The 13.65-acre space is within the Cedar Park Town Center and is adjacent to existing regional commercial uses. In 2015 a ballot was approved to allow changing the land from a dedicated parkland use.
Current zoning: downtown district
Old FLUP designation: recreation/open space
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP5. Quest Village Tract


The 10.65-acre tract sits east of the police station and Heritage Oak Park, and some general retail exists on the property.
Current zoning: general retail
Old FLUP designation: recreation/open space
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP6. Fire Station No. 5 Tract


The 2.43-acre property is planned to hold Fire Station No. 5, which is scheduled to open in 2018.
Current zoning: hospital district
Old FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial
New FLUP designation: public/semi-public



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP7. Ronald Reagan at future East New Hope Tract


The 48.06-acre tract will sit at the future intersection of East New Hope Drive and Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Current zoning: general retail and development reserve
Old FLUP designation: local office/retail/commercial
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP8. Toro Grande North Tract


The 23.45-acre tract is located in the ETJ off of CR 272 and would be adjacent to a planned future intersection of Toro Grande Boulevard and New Hope Drive.
Current zoning: not zoned
Old FLUP designation: heavy commercial
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial



Cedar Park council OKs 9 amendments to FLUP9. Toro Grand South Tract


The 22.39-acre tract lies near Toro Grande and Whitestone Boulevard.
Current zoning: general retail/planned development and rural agriculture
Old FLUP designation: heavy commercial and open space/recreation
New FLUP designation: regional office/retail/commercial