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Proposed Downtown Zoning Realignment Map (per 2018 Freese & Nichols Downtown Zoning Diagnostic Report. Click here to view.
There are 824 properties in the greater downtown area and of these, 183 properties are proposed to have a future change in their current zoning designation.
The City of Wichita Falls website includes the Code of Ordinances and under Appendix B – Zoning Ordinance, Section 3000 – Zoning District Types and Regulations it outlines all the permitted and conditional land uses by the zoning district. The following weblink provides access to this information: https://z2.franklinlegal.net/franklin/Z2Browser2.html?showset=wichitafallsset
The first public information meeting will be held on December 9, 2021, at 6 pm in the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall, known as the Multi-Purpose Events Center (MPEC), in Seminar Room (1000 5th St.). All properties owners and stakeholders in the Greater Downtown Area are invited to attend.
If you receive a meeting postcard or letter regarding a future zoning change for your property, please contact the City of Wichita Falls Planning Division at (940) 761-7451 or email email@example.com
Contact the City of Wichita Falls Planning Division at (940) 761-7451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or input.
Those wishing to receive updates on the City’s neighborhood revitalization efforts, including work related to the implementation of the Downtown Zoning Diagnostic Report, can sign up through the City of Wichita Falls’ Notify Me page to receive email updates.
No. The Wichita County Appraisal District (WCAD) keeps up to date on zoning classifications throughout the City of Wichita Falls. However, property is appraised based on market values and improvements to both the land and any structures. Tax rates are established by each taxing entity.