Minor Plats, Replats, Vacating Plat and Amending Plats

Anyone interested in replatting a lot to add unplatted land, to replat an existing lot into 2 or more lots, to replat 2 or more lots into 1 (or more) lots, to vacate or remove lots in an existing plat, or to amend an existing plat, is encouraged to meet with the Development Services Director to discuss your plans. 

Apply


If your plans meet the City’s requirements, you will need to submit completed preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat applications accompanied by all required documentation in the checklist - all documents available on the applications page, and the filing fee of $100 to Development Services for both preliminary and final approval by the City Council. The preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat must be prepared by a registered surveyor or professional engineer. No preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat will be approved by the City Council unless it conforms to the City’s standards and comprehensive development plan, and all required documents are provided.
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For replats, you must submit a Public Hearing Notice Number Application to Development Services prior to placing public hearing notices in both the Horseshoe Bay Beacon and The Highlander newspapers at least 30 days and again at 16 days before the scheduled City Council meeting. Mailed notice to property owners within 500 feet is also required at least 30 days before the City Council meeting.

Review


Development Services will review the preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat and make a recommendation to the City Council which will consider the preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat at a regular City Council meeting. If the preliminary replat and final replat, vacating plat or amending plat require any changes, information on those changes will be provided to the applicant’s surveyor, and the final replat, vacating plat or amending plat will not be signed by the City officials for recording until those changes have been made.

After final approval, and when the final approved replat, vacating plat or amending plat is submitted, Development Services will obtain the Mayor’s, City Secretary’s and Development Services Director’s signatures. The applicant’s surveyor is then able to record the replat, vacating plat or amending plat in the appropriate County Clerk’s office.