Planning Commission

September 1, 2020 Meeting at 6:00pm (Virtual)


Details on Accessing the Virtual Meeting: A Planning Commission Meeting will be held Tuesday, September 1st at 6:00pm. The City of Nassau Bay will utilize Zoom Video Conferencing to stream this meeting. Please join the Zoom Meeting by clicking this link: 

  • Zoom Meeting Link: zoom.us/j/86962272245 (Meeting ID 869 6227 2245 and Password 77058). 
  • Or you can call to hear the audio (only) of the meeting at (346) 248-7799.
  • Please utilize Meeting ID 869 6227 2245 and Password 77058.

Details on How to Speak Before the Planning Commission: If you wish to speak before the Planning Commission please complete the following form: Public Request to Speak You will have a maximum of three (3) minutes to address the Commission on any one topic.

Members of the public who wish to submit their written comments on a listed agenda item must submit their comments by completing the Public Request Form or by emailing Building Secretary Kathy George at kathy.george@nassaubay.com or by calling 281-336-6281 for staff assistance. Comments must be received before 1:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting.

Meetings

  • 6:00 pm
  • First Tuesday of the month, as needed
  • City Hall
    Council Chambers, Second Floor
    1800 Space Park Drive, Suite 200
    Nassau Bay, TX 77058

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are also available following approval.
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Membership consists of seven commissioners appointed by City Council who serve two-year staggered terms. If you are interested in serving on the Planning Commission, please complete the Board, Committee, and Commission Application (PDF). For more information, please contact Roscoe Lee at 281.333.2391.

Overview

The duty of the Planning Commission is to accomplish the city’s planning and zoning functions to effect the orderly and desired growth, development, and beautification of the City. The Commission formulates a comprehensive master plan and consults with other city departments regarding planning. Proposed changes in zoning are recommended by the Commission to City Council.