On March 5, 2015, the City of Galveston officially adopted the "Land Development Regulations of 2015," thus replacing the "1991 Zoning Standards." These regulations provide guidance and standards for the orderly development and redevelopment of land and associated public infrastructure, facilities, and amenities in accordance with the "City of Galveston 2011 Comprehensive Plan."
Provide information regarding how your services directly or indirectly affect the daily lives of citizens. Some examples include:
Promote the public health, safety, morals, and/or general welfare
Promoting the safe, orderly development of the municipality
Lessen congestion on streets
Provide adequate light and air
Facilitate the adequate provision of transportation
Land Development Regulations (LDRs)
The Planning & Development Division and City Council are in the process of revising the "Land Development Regulations of 2015."