Use this map below to locate your district and find upcoming and past DDRB, Zoning Cases, HCLC, UDC. (hover over abbreviation). Visit the calendar for dates, times and agendas.

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Zoning Cases

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District 2

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District 3

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District 4

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District 5

1 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-036
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    District 6

    2 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-031
  • ZC-24-027
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    District 7

    No results found.

    District 8

    1 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-025
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    District 9

    1 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-032
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    District 10

    1 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-033
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    District 11

    2 Result(s) Found
  • ZC-24-003_May
  • ZC-24-037
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    Sign-up to Speak

    Zoning Commission

    To sign up to speak at Zoning Commission, please register through WebEx in accordance with the directions on the City’s website. This link is used to register whether you plan to participate in-person or virtually.

    The sign-up link will be available Friday the afternoon prior to the scheduled Zoning Commission hearing. For questions or assistance with registration, please contact Alex Johnson at alexander.johnson@fortworthtexas.gov or (817) 392-8047. 

    Parking Vouchers


    Starting in October, the City of Fort Worth will provide free parking vouchers for anyone attending the Zoning Commission meetings.

    How it works:

    Anyone who attends a meeting can receive a voucher from the Zoning staff, located on the second, at the desk where the agendas and sign up to speak forms are located (City Hall at 200 Texas St). The vouchers will be available before and after the meeting.

    Where to park:

    Parking is available at the Fort Worth Convention Center Garage located at 1200 Houston St., directly across the street from the Convention Center. The free parking voucher is only available for this parking garage. Upon entering the garage, attendees will need to pull a ticket from the dispenser in the entry lane and they will need to present this ticket in order to obtain a voucher to park without cost. The voucher will be good until 6:00 p.m.


    City Council

    You can sign up to speak at City Council meeting once the agenda is posted to the City's website on Thursday no later than two hours before the start of the meetings for both days and evening meetings.

    For more information on how to appear or speak before City Council, please visit the City Secretary's Webpage.


    What is Zoning?

    What is Zoning?

    The city promotes orderly growth and land use while protecting existing property owners by grouping together compatible development — a practice known as zoning.

    Before land is developed in the city, it must be zoned and platted. Property in the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) is subject to platting only. The Zoning Commission reviews all zoning requests to provide recommendation for City Council, who will approve or deny the request. 

    The Zoning regulations and districts are adopted to help implement the Comprehensive Plan and its policies. The policies address land use, transportation and infrastructure, economic development, urban design, housing, historic preservation, environmental quality, parks and recreation, and other topics


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    The Zoning Change Process

    Meet (Optional)

    • A Pre-Development conference is available to discuss all aspects of a project including, but not limited to, zoning. 


    • Submit a complete application with all required information and attachments by the deadline.



    • A public hearing is held at the Zoning Commission Hearing. The Zoning Commission only provides a recommendation to City Council.
    • City Council holds a public hearing the following month for approval or denial of the Zoning Change request.


    When the City Council has denied a proposal, or when the applicant has withdrawn the proposal at the Zoning Commission meeting after the giving of public notice, no new applications of like nature shall be accepted by the City or scheduled for hearing by the Zoning Commission within a period of twelve (12) months of the date of Council denial or applicant’s withdrawal. 


    Board of Adjustment | Variances

    The Board of Adjustment is a citizen court appointed by the City Council to hear an

    appeal and request for: Variances, Special Exceptions, and Interpretations of the Zoning Ordinance. An application may be filed by the owner of property or an authorized agent. Anyone aggrieved by an Interpretation of the Zoning Ordinance, rendered by a City Official, may appeal such decision to the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

    More Information


    Multi-Family Development

    A multi-family development permit (MFD) is required for all multi-family projects within CR, C and D zoning districts.  The applicable zoning standards for these projects can be found in their respective zoning districts within the Zoning Ordinance. 

    All Mixed Use (MU) and Urban Residential (UR) projects are exempt from this requirement. 

    For application information, click on the link below.

    Multi-Family District (MFD)


    Zoning Check Summary


    Click here to use the CFW Permit Assist Zoning Tool