All land within the City of Colleyville is divided into zoning districts. The City of Colleyville has 16 zoning districts which specify the areas in which residential, industrial, recreational, or commercial activities may take place. The districts include Residential, Non-Residential, and Planned Unit Development Districts.
The Master Thoroughfare Plan identifies the major thoroughfare routes serving the community and the general location of all future major thoroughfares. The map is designed and intended to identify a street network system that provides an efficient, structured framework for the smooth flow of traffic to meet projected long-term growth within the City of Colleyville.
Colleyville’s visual guide to future planning. The Future Land Use Map provides a road map indicating future areas within the city that are comprised of similar or compatible land uses. This “preferred future” provides guidance to City staff, appointed and elected officials, land and business owners, the public, and private developers as to what types of development are desirable in different parts of the city.
Authorized under Chapter 311 of the Texas Tax Code, these special purpose districts are designated to reinvest the added tax revenue from new development back into the area where it originated for the purpose of redevelopment, infrastructure, and other related community-improvement projects.
During the planning process for The Colleyville Plan (2004-2025), the city was divided into six neighborhood planning areas to help facilitate participation and planning. The boundaries of the six planning areas were chosen based on the service areas of the existing homeowner associations, as well as physical features such as major streets, railroads, and creeks.
Represents a network of scenic and recreation trails that encourages efficient and pleasant movement of all modes in the city with a focus on improving strategic vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle connectivity at key locations. The City of Colleyville looks to expand its trails as these enhance the city’s aesthetics, increases property value, aids in tree preservation, and improves the quality of air.