Master Plan Process & Information
A Master Plan is a generalized plan indicating the boundaries of a tract or tracts under common ownership and identifying proposed land use, land-use intensity, and thoroughfare alignment. It is the first or introductory plan for a proposed subdivision that will be developed and recorded in several phases. A Master Plan is required when the property owner intends to develop/subdivide only a portion of a larger tract where the remainder will be developed/subdivided later.
View the Step-by-Step Master Plan Process Guide
The following Letters of Certification (LOC) are required for a Master Plan to be submitted:
Traffic Impact Analysis Process
Preliminary Plat Letter of Certification
- Application for LOC
- Checklist for Master Plan LOC
- Checklist for Traffic Impact Analysis
Once the above items are complete you can submit online via the Permitting Portal
Questions? Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org or (830) 221-2016
To include water and wastewater availability, capacity, distance to the existing line(s) from the project.
View Utility Providers and LOC Forms
View Sample LOC
Texas Department of Transportation
As it pertains to Access and Right of Way.
View Sample LOC
Conditional Approval if installing Private Wells, and/or Onsite Sewage Facilities
Contact Comal County
Contact Guadalupe County
Submit Completed Package to City Staff during the Submittal Window. City Staff will inspect the package for completeness.
- If Accepted: Case Manager is assigned, and Technical Completeness Review commences.
- If Returned: Applicant shall make adjustments and resubmit per Submittal Window.