More information about the following Planning & Development Services documents is located on this page:
Guide to Building & Development
The Guide to Building & Development is a resource for developers that includes development review procedures, submittal requirements and general development information.
Unified Development Ordinance
The Unified Development Ordinance (UDO)contains all development regulations in one document and includes regulations pertaining to zoning and use, platting, site plan development, and building permits. The UDO also includes an overview of the development review bodies, review procedures, zoning districts, use regulations, development standards, and non-conformities.
Site Design Standards
The purpose of the Site Design Standards is to establish and provide the minimum standards to be adhered to in the design and construction of all commercial and multi-family private improvements. It is the intent to obtain high quality construction throughout, with the completed work complying with the Site Design Standards.
Bryan/College Station Unified Design Manual, Technical Specifications, & Standard Construction Details
The Cities of College Station and Bryan now have a joint website to access the Bryan/College Station Unified Design Manual, Technical Specifications, & Standard Construction Details. Please contact Carol Cotter, the Senior Assistant City Engineer, at email@example.com or 979.764.3570 for any questions regarding these specifications.
2010 Existing Conditions
As part of the implementation process of the Comprehensive Plan, it is important to have a foundation on which to base future expectations. The purpose of this 2010 Existing Conditions Report is to provide planning professionals, developers, and the business community a snapshot of the current conditions that exist in the City of College Station. This report, originally created in 2008, is being updated to monitor trends while implementing the City of College Station‘s Comprehensive Plan.
This report includes descriptions of the following topics: context, demographics, economic development, land use, public facilities, and transportation. When all of these elements are considered holistically, appropriate expectations and a clear direction for further implementation of the Comprehensive Plan can be formulated and put into practice.