San Marcos Development Code
2 C H A P T E R
a. Name of the applicant;
a newspaper of general circulation in the City at least 16 days before the date set for the required hearing.
b. Date, time, and location of the hearing;
1. The notice shall set forth the:
c. Purpose of the hearing;
a. Date, time, and location of the hearing;
d. Identification of the subject property; and
b. Purpose of the hearing; and
e. The name of the appellant if an appeal.
c. Identification of the subject property if the decision concerns an individual tract or parcel of land.
2. Notice shall be sent to each owner indicated on the most recently approved municipal tax roll for land inside the city limits, and, when required by state law, land in the extraterritorial jurisdiction. 3. For recently annexed land that is not included on the most recently approved municipal or county tax roll, notice may be given by published notice. 4. Notice may be served by depositing the notice, properly addressed and first class postage prepaid, in the United States mail. E. Posted Notice. Whenever this Development Code requires that notice of a public hearing be posted on land, the responsible official shall cause notification signs stating the purpose and dates of the hearing to be placed on the subject property at least 11 days before the first public hearing unless a longer time period is identified in this development code. amendments initiated by a property owner, and a conditional use permit allowing the on premise consumption of alcohol or purpose built student housing require that the responsible official send post notice at least 17 days prior to the hearing date. 1. A minimum of one 2’ x 2’ sign shall be placed on each street frontage. Property with multiple street frontages shall have the requisite sign on each street. Signs shall be placed in a visible, unobstructed location near the front property line. 2. Signs shall utilize a minimum of 6” lettering to state the purpose of the request and all public hearing dates. 3. The notification signs shall be left in place until final action is taken or the request is withdrawn. F. Comprehensive plan map amendments or zoning map
B. Personal Notice. Whenever personal notice of a public hearing is required by state law, the City Charter, or this Development Code, the responsible official shall cause notice to be sent by regular mail at least 11 days prior to the hearing date unless a longer time period is identified in this development code. C. Comprehensive plan map amendments initiated by a property owner, any zoning map amendment, and a conditional use permit allowing the on premise consumption of alcohol or purpose built student housing require that the responsible official send notice by regular mail at least 17 days prior to the hearing date. D. Whenever personal notice is required by this development code notice shall be sent to the following addresses: a. Each owner of real property located within four hundred (400) feet of the exterior boundary of the property in question and any other persons deemed by the responsible official or decision-maker to be affected by the application; b. Council of Neighborhood Associations (CONA) representative and president; c. Neighborhood Commission representative and president; d. Any other registered neighborhood organization representing the area in which the subject property is located;
e. The applicant and/or property owner; and
The appellant if an appeal.
1. The notice shall set forth the
San Marcos Development Code Adopted: April 17, 2018
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