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When the subdivision is within the City limits of Cedar Park, the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission approves the subdivision. If the subdivision is outside the City limits but within the City's extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of the City of Cedar Park, both the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission and the County Commissioner's Court approves the subdivision plat. Most of the Cedar Park ETJ is within Williamson County. The far western part of the ETJ is within Travis County.
The owner of the property to be subdivided is required to hire a surveyor to prepare the plat.
Areas within the Cedar Park City limits and extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) are within the subdivision jurisdiction of the City of Cedar Park. For more information, refer to the City Limits/ETJ Map on the CPAtlas Map Library.