Plat Amendments

A plat amendment is required for changes to previously recorded rights-of-way, easements, recorded plats of subdivisions or Planned Unit Developments, or associated recorded Development Agreements. Depending on the impact of the proposed changes, a plat amendment applicant is required to complete either a Significant or Insignificant Plat Amendment application. To qualify as an Insignificant Plat Amendment (the simplest of the two processes), the City Council must find that the amendment:

  1. Does not reduce the area of designated open space or increase the number of lots.
  2. Does not significantly affect block layout, roads, connectivity, utilities or other facilities.
  3. Does not change the uses approved, or the location of where certain uses are approved.
  4. Does not increase or create new and potentially substantial direct impact on the immediate neighborhood, subdivision or overall community.

If a plat amendment does not meet the above criteria, the applicant must complete a Significant Plat Amendment application.

For vacation plat amendment information, click here.


Insignificant Plat Amendment: $1,185

Significant Plat Amendment: $1,840

Code References

For more information regarding application requirements, approval criteria and review processes, please refer to section 14.13.4 of the Land Development Code for Insignificant Plat Amendment applications and section 14.13.5 for Significant Plat Amendment applications.

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