Please complete the following form if you would like allow the Racetrac at Independence and Plano Parkway to be open 24/7. The form will be available through 11/3/2020.
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City of Plano Planning & Neighborhood Services is in the midst of a project to elicit suggestions for updating “south central Plano” from Plano Pkwy to Spring Creek Pkwy between U.S. #75 and Coit Rd. This effort began in late 2019, included a survey of 300+residents in-person and online, and 2 meetings, but was then interrupted by the pandemic. Three more meetings are planned – by zooming. See the information on the following flyer if you would like to attend.
Agenda for the Dallas North Estates HOA Annual Meeting
Date: October 8, 2020 – 7:00 P.M.
Platform: Telephone or Video
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Developer Mehrdad Moayedi and the Centurion American Team have invited the neighborhood to a gathering to learn more about future plans for Collin Creek Mall.
The invitation is shown below:
Please use the following link to let them know you if you will attend.
Attached is the notice for a request for a Specific Use Permit in the shopping center at 15th and Custer.This is on the south side of the shopping center that fronts Dolphin road.
The P & Z meeting date and time is October 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Follow the directions below to post whether you are in favor or opposed:
Go to plano.gov, scroll down to Departments click on it, click on Planning, click on Active Zoning cases, click on Zoning Case response on the left hand side of the screen, click on ZC2018-019, follow the instructions to either note you are in favor, neutral or opposed. You can add comments. You will have to fill out your name and address. The P & Z will be given these responses.
Calling all blood donors in Plano. It’s Battle of the Badges time! It’s this week. The schedule is available on the website. Various dates and times are waiting for you.
The 2018 flyer is shown here:
Longtime developer Sam Ware has Collin Creek Mall under contract with plans to finalize the acquisition by the end of the year. Ware and his team plan to make the property more efficient until they can execute on a bigger redevelopment in two years that is expected to cost at least $1 billion. More details to come when available from the City. More information is available from The Dallas Business Journal if you’re a subscriber.
The Texas Legislature in 2003 passed the legislation that allows a landowner or city to request a Municipal Setting Designation (MSD) if the ground water under a landowner’s property is contaminated. The MSD allows the landowner to not remediate the underground water if no one is using it for drinking water or irrigation.
All of the drinking water in Plano comes from the North Texas Municipal Water District which does not use underground water for anything. All of our water, drinking or otherwise, comes only from Lake Lavon and Lake Texoma.
Attend the public meetings on August 8, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Plano Municipal Center Building Inspections Training Room, 1520 K Ave. and the City council meeting on August 14, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.in the City Council Chambers and ask any questions you may have.
The mailer which was sent to homeowners inside the required area is attached. Click here to view.
City Council at the August 14, 2017 meeting tabled the approval of an ordinance to establish 2300 West Plano Parkway (the old Arco then Perot Systems then Dell and now NTTData property) to their meeting on August 28, 2016.