City of Austin Unified Development Agreement

Draft Agreement Once all comments have been clarified and approved with reviewers, the survey is reviewed and a final superficial review is conducted by land management staff. Once approved and all required documents confirmed, employees send a sample agreement to the applicant to complete and return it with all supporting documents (company signing authority/resolution). The officer reviews the design and supporting documents, and then first sends the final agreement to be executed by the applicant. The applicant will then provide the signed agreement to the officer, and the officer will have the agreement executed by the city. A program established to expedite the development review, approval and construction of administrative site plans for city services and franchised utilities of the City of Austin located on municipal lands, municipal easements and/or public rights-of-way. If you have any questions about license agreements, please email the land management team at LandManagement2@austintexas.gov. Tips (optional) We are happy to meet with you before submitting your application. We review your project, your documentation and answer all your questions. Please contact us at landmanagement2@austintexas.gov to request a virtual or face-to-face meeting. Chapters 25-1 to 25-11 contain planning and zoning by-laws that fall under the city`s sovereignty over planning and zoning.

Title 30 contains the Austin/Travis County Subdivision Bylaws. These rules apply to the division of land in the portion of the City of Austin`s extraterritorial jurisdiction located in Travis County, including areas that the City has annexed for limited purposes. Before requesting an intervention in the right-of-way, please contact Mashell Smith at mashell.smith@austintexas.gov to arrange an initial consultation. Registration with the responsible county The agreement concluded and signed is then registered with the county. There is an additional entrance fee charged by the county based on the number of pages recorded. City of Austin Code Chapters 14-11 – Use of The Right of Way, Division 2 Public Easement Release allows an owner to request a release from easement. The release may be made in whole or for part of the servitude. In order to grant a release from easement, the City determines that the release does not interfere with or harm the current or future needs of the responsible municipal and private public and private services. Release requires the consent of all parties involved, i.e. all parties who currently enjoy the rights of servitude. This measure does not require the approval of the Council.

This page contains links to the City Code, the Planning Code and other development-related resources. Landowners may enter into a licence agreement with the City of Austin to temporarily intervene in a public right-of-way or easement for the private use of a structure or improvement (see Chapters 14-11 of the Municipal Code). However, license agreements are NOT a permit to excavate in the city`s right-of-way. If your work involves excavations, please contact the Department of Rights of Way Management of the Ministry of Transportation. The City reserves the right to give the licensee 90 days to remove the intrusive improvement. Here are the most common examples of cases where license agreements are required: If another AB+C user account needs to be billed instead of the applicant, please send an email to LandManagement@austintexas.gov. the email address of the beneficiary`s user account and the property to which it relates. To apply for a license agreement, you must first gather all the required documentation in PDF format as shown below. Missing documents may result in the rejection of your application. An easement is a legitimate interest (right of ownership) in which the benefit of the city has been granted by a natural or legal person for a specific limited purpose for water pipe, wastewater, electricity or many other purposes. An easement is located on private property and not as part of the city`s public right-of-way. Appendix H Possible new configuration of the property of the Film Company IMPORTANT: If several plots are included in the application, all the owners must be exactly the same, otherwise, a deed of renunciation for the ROW land can be transferred to one unit.

– Agreement signed with neighboring owners – Alternative method of compliance – Registered easement document – Approval of the Texas Star March A passage permit requires the city to waive the public interest in the property and can only be requested by adjacent owners. The public announcement is addressed to owners within a radius of 300`, as well as to all identified neighborhood associations. See Austin Code 14-11 – Use of the Right of Way, Section 5 – Holidays of Public Right-of-Way. City Council approval is required. Determination of Planning Commission or Zoning and Veneer Commission Assignment 4. License agreement plan sheet (if streetscape) This is a new requirement that allows us to review your project faster and more accurately. The specifications of this sheet can be found here. During the review phase of the plan of subdivision or site, your auditor may ask you to submit an easement document for the site. Upon request, the assessor will tell you which of the following easement forms must be completed and returned to your examiner for review before being completed and registered. .

Annex L Public finance Reimbursable costs of the project Annex O Ordinance on Tax Display Credit Banks and Mueller Order Amending Visitability. . Application Submission Once all of the above required documents have been collected, log in to the Austin Build + Connect (AB+C) portal, Payment If your application has been reviewed and found to be complete, you will be charged an application fee. Please submit payment through the AB+C portal. Development Assessment and Alternative Equivalent Compliance Overview and Application Instructions View related applications, checklists, and packages for the Development Services Department. Appendix I Off-site infrastructure construction schedule Note: Some applications may not reflect newly introduced charges. Please refer to the DSD fee to determine the correct fee. Exhibit T Special Mandate Act Form for Perimeter Parks and Lake Park Room N Resolution on Affordable Housing and Resolution M/WBE. A right of way grants the applicant the permanent right to use a public right-of-way for a private upgrade, such as air bridges, structurally integrated balconies, underground parking lots.

See Chapter 14-11 of the City of Austin Code – Use of right-of-way, section 4 Permanent routing of public right-of-way. All right-of-way applications require the approval of City Council. . Verification of completeness After submitting your application and all the necessary documents, a real estate agent will check the completeness of your application. Some projects may require additional documentation depending on the project, and the real estate agent will let you know if more information is needed. Examples: Chapter 25-12 contains the structural regulations. The City of Austin follows the 2015 International Codes and the 2015 International Energy Saving Code (you will be redirected to a third-party website). Click here to view local changes for each code. *As of July 5, 2017, the city will follow the 2015 International Residential Code. Reviews and approvals After receiving payment, employees create an audit file and begin the verification process. The review takes place at the same time as the municipal services and private public services required. These reviews must ensure that the public interest in rights of way or easements is protected.

Clients are copied in all correspondence with reviewers and it is their responsibility to work with reviewers to clarify, resolve or accept rejections. This process provides 14 business days for auditors, but it is not an exact deadline. All comments must be approved by all reviewers, and the project must be fully approved before it can proceed to the design stage. .