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You can find out what a specific property is zoned by reviewing the City’s zoning map, which is located here: link: City of Bedford INTERACTIVE ZONING MAP
You can also call the Planning and Zoning Division at the numbers below. Development staff can identify the zoning information and provide information regarding the specific regulations for each particular zone.
A planner is available to answer general questions at the Development Department, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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NOTE: Letters or E-mails arriving late on the day of the hearing may not get entered into record.
See a “Public Notice – Land Use Application” sign posted? Is construction occurring in your neighborhood?
Staff can provide you with details regarding the application and the status of the review process; the project file may also be viewed in person.
If you need help or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Planning & Zoning Department at 817-952-2105.
Subdividing or short form platting property involves review by the City’s Development, Fire, Public Works, and Building Departments.
Most short form plats are reviewed administratively, whereas formal subdivisions (5 or more lots) require a public hearing.
Prior to submittal of a formal application, an informal preliminary meeting with city staff (the Development Review Committee) is generally required. The purpose of this meeting is to identify potential issues and requirements for the proposal. Some topics of review include:
The Planning and Zoning Department has application checklists and forms for different kinds of development proposals HERE