The Shops at Highland Village

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The Highland Village City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission held a joint workshop on Thursday, June 30 beginning at 6:00 p.m. to receive a presentation from Poag, LLC regarding The Shops at Highland Village. At this time Poag, LLC has not made a submission to the City. The meeting was available for the public to attend as well as watch on the City's media outlets. A recording of the meeting can be viewed on the City website and YouTube channel and we have provided the presentation here as well.

Joint workshops with the City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission are for informational purposes only, no action is taken and no public hearing or visitor comments are included. When a developer applies for an amendment or change to existing zoning, public hearings are scheduled for both the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. The City’s development process is explained here.

This site was used to allow the community to submit questions that were then given to the developer to address in their presentation. There were many good questions and we appreciate the thought and effort put into submitting these questions. The City will retain all questions, some of which are best explored and answered if an application is made.

The Highland Village City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission held a joint workshop on Thursday, June 30 beginning at 6:00 p.m. to receive a presentation from Poag, LLC regarding The Shops at Highland Village. At this time Poag, LLC has not made a submission to the City. The meeting was available for the public to attend as well as watch on the City's media outlets. A recording of the meeting can be viewed on the City website and YouTube channel and we have provided the presentation here as well.

Joint workshops with the City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission are for informational purposes only, no action is taken and no public hearing or visitor comments are included. When a developer applies for an amendment or change to existing zoning, public hearings are scheduled for both the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. The City’s development process is explained here.

This site was used to allow the community to submit questions that were then given to the developer to address in their presentation. There were many good questions and we appreciate the thought and effort put into submitting these questions. The City will retain all questions, some of which are best explored and answered if an application is made.

  • A Summary of Your Questions

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    The majority of the questions submitted for the city center on a few specific things we will address here:

    We are nearly at the halfway point on the Our Village, Our Vision project. The purpose in the Our Village, Our Vision project is to update our long-range planning documents to provide a guide for future development including commercial, residential, parks, trails and roadways to ensure they are fiscally beneficial, meet the needs of the community and enhance our quality of life. Community input is an important part of the project, which is why the open house and online engagement opportunities took place at the beginning of the project. Several other pieces of input are included in the project. McAdams and City staff are completing meetings with the business and property owners in the Opportunity Areas and along the FM 407 corridor to hear what they envision for their property in the short and long term. A statically valid survey of our residents is concluding this month. The market analysis of the Opportunity Areas is complete and was part of the information provided in community input activities. All of this information, the community input findings, the property owner input, resident survey, and market analysis will be used by McAdams to develop the proposed plans. Council, City staff and the community will have the opportunity to view those plans and provide feedback before they are finalized.

    TxDOT manages the FM 407 and FM 2499 roadways. TxDOT’s planning documents currently show traffic has not met their capacity triggers. FM 407 is at ultimate build. TxDOT planning for FM 407 traffic accounted for approximately 35,000 cars and it is currently at 25,000 cars. FM 2499 Phase 4, which is not funded at this time, has a two-lane expansion that will be constructed sometime in the future. FM 2499 is designed for 43,000 cars and is currently at approximately 30,000 cars.

    Flower Mound has hired an engineering consultant to design dual left turn lanes in all directions at the intersection of FM 2499 and FM 407. They are currently in the survey and site plan phase. 30% plans are expected for review late this summer.

    The City water and sewer system was designed to provide for our max build-out population of approximately 18,000 people. The City will work with future development to ensure there is capacity in the City water and wastewater systems and if they require upgrades to the various portions of our systems.

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