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City of Azle
613 SE Parkway
Azle, TX 76020
Ph: (817) 444-2541
Fx: (817) 444-7149
Platting & Re-Platting
Platting Process
Platting is the way in which property is divided, through laying out on paper or mapping each piece of land. A recorded plat indicates lots, building lines, easements and rights-of-way, flood areas, boundary markers, and other permanent attachments to land. Platting generally takes 4 to 6 weeks each for the preliminary and final plat stages and involves:
  • Pre-application conference (recommended / optional)
  • Review of preliminary plat by staff
  • Development Review Committee (DRC)
  • Review comments to applicant within one week
  • Fees, tax certification, corrected plat and completed application submitted by applicant
  • Consideration by Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Submittal of final plat for review by the DRC
  • Process repeats as shown above
  • After Planning and Zoning approval, applicant submits one mylar for signature and filing by the city at county courthouse

Re-Platting
This process involves a public hearing and notification of property owners within 200 feet of the property and may be completed in about 4 to 6 weeks. Re-platting involves:
  • Pre-application conference (recommended / optional)
  • Review by the staff DRC
  • Review comments to applicant within one week
  • Fees, tax certification, corrected plat and completed application submitted by applicant
  • Notification posted in the newspaper at least 15 days prior to the Planning and Zoning Public Hearing date
  • Property owners within 200 feet of the subject property are notified by mail
  • Public Hearing (Planning and Zoning Commission) Mylars are filed at county courthouse by city staff