Zoning regulations encourage the most appropriate use of land, maintain and stabilize the value of property, reduce fire hazards and improve public safety, decrease congestion and prevent incompatible adjacent land uses. They are designed to protect the public health, safety and welfare of property owners in the community.
Zoning regulations govern use, density and lot layout to encourage safe and orderly development of land. The zoning regulations for the City of Mustang can be found in Chapter 122 of the Mustang Municipal Code.
This zoning map shows the different zoning categories throughout the City of Mustang
To request an amendment to this map, a rezoning application is required.
The following tables of permitted uses show what types of uses are permitted in which zoning categories.
Conditional Use Permits – Where the letter “R” appears in the table for a particular use, a Conditional Permit is required.
Special Use Permits – For a use that is not identified in any of the tables, a Special Use Permit is required.
The Planning Commission and City Council will hold hearings to approve or disapprove all zoning requests. For re-zoning, special use permit and conditional use permit applications, a public hearing is required. A notice must be published in the newspaper for 15 days prior to the hearing date, and a letter is sent out by city staff to all property owners within 300-foot who are listed on the certified list provided by the applicant. The process typically takes 6 weeks to 2 months.
Please contact Melissa Helsel, Senior Planner at 376-7702 or email@example.com for more information about the zoning regulations.