Colleyville City Council adopted the 2015 comprehensive plan, Destination Colleyville, at the Dec. 15 City Council meeting. The plan serves as a vision to help guide policy across several aspects of the city until 2035. The Council adopted the plan with an amendment to remove a portion that discussed the extension of McDonwell School Road. View the plan

The plan is an update to 2004’s Colleyville Plan continuing a system of ensuring the city’s vision is updated regularly to keep up with changing factors including technology, the economy, and more. It touches on various city aspects such as transportation, economic development, and land use.

The City Council held the second reading of the plan at the City Council meeting on December 1, 2015. The item was tabled until the Dec. 15, 2015 meeting.

The City Council had a public hearing of the plan at its Nov. 17, 2015 meeting.

The Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the plan and recommended it for approval by City Council at its Nov. 9, 2015 meeting.

The Plan was reviewed during a joint meeting with the Colleyville City Council, the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee on Tuesday Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Colleyville Library.  The presentation for that meeting can be downloaded here.

Destination Colleyville was presented with summary illustration boards at a “come and go” open house on Oct. 14 at the Colleyville Center. Download the boards here for an overview of key components of the Comprehensive Plan.

Goals of Destination Colleyville include:

Creating a Strong and Sustainable Economy

Preserving Our Neighborhoods

Connecting Colleyville

Enhancing Colleyville’s Character and Branding

Creating Destination Colleyville

Enhancing Amenities and Services

April meetings: Get involved!

Public Workshop

Tuesday April 22, 2014

Citywide and Colleyville Blvd. Stakeholders Meetings – Location: Colleyville Public Library 2nd Floor

These meetings will include design charettes and roundtable meetings concerning the Colleyville Boulevard corridor and the large undeveloped property at the northeast corner of L.D. Lockett and Precinct Line Road (approximately 20 acres).

  • 8:30 to 10 am – Colleyville Boulevard Business, Merchants and Property Owner Round Table
  • 10 to 11 am – TxDOT / COG representatives
  • 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm – Western Precinct Line Road Property Round table
  • 3:30 pm to 5 pm – Citywide Neighborhood Association Leaders Round Table

Citywide Public Open House and Visioning Meeting – Location: Colleyville Center

All citizens are invited to participate and provide feedback in this visioning meeting

  • 6:00 to 6:30 pm – open house
  • 6:30 to 7:00 pm – presentation
  • 7:00 to 7:45 pm – working group discussions
  • 7:45 to 8:30 pm – group presentations

Wednesday April 23, 2014

Northern Gateway Stakeholder Meetings – Location: Colleyville Public Library

These meetings will include design charettes and roundtable meetings concerning the large undeveloped properties at John McCain Road and Colleyville Boulevard (approximately 60 acres).

  • 8:30 to 9:30 am – Northern Gateway – West Side property owners
  • 9:30 to 10:30 am – Northern Gateway – West side Neighborhood Representatives
  • 10:30 to 11:30 am – Northern Gateway – East Side property owners
  • 1 pm to 5 pm – Idea Generation by Planning Team
  • 6 pm to 8 pm – Working Idea Review by Northern Gateway Charette Participants (at Colleyville Library)

Thursday April 24, 2014

Idea Generation and Review – Location: Colleyville Public Library

  • 8:00 to 1 pm – Idea Generation by Planning Team
  • 2:30 pm to 4 pm – Review and Input by Northern Gateway area Stakeholders (all)

Follow-up Meeting to Tuesday’s Visioning Meeting – Location: Colleyville Center

This meeting will provide opportunities for additional input by all Colleyville residents, summary of input from Tuesday’s public sessions, public review and presentation of charette ideas, input by citizens, discussion of next steps

  • 6 pm to 8:30 pm
Market Street

Our Blue Print for the Future!

Thank you for visiting the Colleyville Comprehensive Plan project website! This site has been created for the residents, businesses, employees, and property owners of the City of Colleyville to keep you informed about the ongoing effort to update Colleyville’s Comprehensive Plan. Use the links above to get more information about the comprehensive plan project, find out how to get involved, and review ideas produced throughout the process.

Colleyville’s Comprehensive Plan will help shape the future of our city for generations to come. And the most exciting part of this project is that every citizen can participate. The higher the participation level the more successful the planning process will be!

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A comprehensive plan is a “blue print” for the future of a city. It articulates the community’s vision for what it wants to become in the future.

A Comprehensive Plan:

  • creates a “snapshot” of what Colleyville is like today
  • articulates the vision for how the community wants to grow in the future
  • establishes goals for each element of the plan to achieve that vision
  • provides a framework for policy decisions that guide the physical development of Colleyville
  • covers a time frame of about 10 to 20 years
  • integrates with and guides the city’s other planning documents and initiatives

The Comprehensive Plan is NOT a zoning law, subdivision regulation, budget, capital improvement program, or any other regulatory document. It is meant to be the basis that guides any changes to those documents.

All facets of our city, including neighborhoods, business areas, roadways, parks, water/sewer/drainage, community identity, and other quality of life features are components of the Comprehensive Plan. We’ll review where each of those components is today. Then the fun begins as visions, opinions and ideas for our community are sought and we work together to formulate what we want our hometown to look like in the future! No idea is too big or too small, and all are evaluated to see how they fit in the overall plan for Colleyville. We look for your ideas and comments through meetings, surveys, social media, and this website dedicated to the planning process.