The extra-territorial jurisdiction is the area surrounding the City where the City has authority to review subdivisions for compliance with the subdivision ordinance of the City and authority to issue building permits to ensure compliance with the building code. This authority helps to ensure that growth surrounding the City will be consistent with the standards of the City which helps to ensure orderly and compatible growth. There is no zoning in the ETJ. Land included in the Cedar Park ETJ may only be annexed by the City of Cedar Park.
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Planning and Zoning (P&Z) Commission Meetings are generally held the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm, subject to change as needed to accommodate for holidays, scheduling conflicts and special-called meetings. The agenda for a P&Z Commission Meeting must be posted a minimum of 72 hours in advance of the meeting.
City Council Meetings are generally held the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 6 pm, subject to change as needed to accommodate for holidays, scheduling conflicts, workshops and special-called meetings. The agenda for a City Council Meeting must be posted a minimum of 72 hours in advance of the meeting.
Resolution 99-025 was approved by City Council on December 16, 1999 and applies to involuntary annexations. Each year the City reviews land located in its extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) and prepares an annexation plan. If the land is located in a Municipal Utility District (MUD), the City evaluates whether it will be feasible for its taxpayers to assume the MUD's debt.
Refer to the population estimates and forecasts on the Demographics and Data page.
Subdivision plats with lot dimensions can be found at the County Clerk's Records webpage: