A plat is a map of a piece of land identifying the location and boundaries of street rights of way, individual lots or parcels and other site information. The plat shows features such as lot lines, utility easements, setback lines, land dedicated for public use (e.g. streets and parks), ownership, and metes and bounds (boundary dimensions). Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 212, contains the state law governing the approval of plats.
For additional information regarding platting in the City of Fort Worth, please contact the platting team email at firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-392-8027.
2022-2023 CPC Case Calendar October-March.pdf(PDF, 109KB)
Copies of recorded plats are available at:
Tarrant County Courthouse
County Clerk's Office
Deed Records Section
100 E. Weatherford St., Basement Floor, B-30
Records from 1970 to present are available through Tarrant County's online search.
If you know the plat subdivision name or number, plats from 2007 to present are available through the City of Fort Worth Plat Directory.
By looking up an address in OneAddress, you can find a subdivision name, and then use the plat directory website.
View a schedule and dockets for platting cases before the City Plan Commission.
City Plan Commission Dockets for current month will not be posted until 72 hours prior to the hearing date.
Plan Commission Docket(PDF, 5MB)
The plats necessary for a project depend on the project itself and the stage of development.
A Concept Plan is required when:
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