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City of Bryan, Texas



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Planning and Development Boards, Commissions, and Committees

Site Development Review Committee

As part of its commitment to ensure orderly development throughout the city and providing quality customer service, the Development Services department chairs the Site Development Review Committee (SDRC). The committee ensures that proposed plans and plats conforms to all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, codes and requirements. The committee functions as a “one-stop shop” for citizens and development professionals in the preliminary stages of project development, bring together representatives from all relevant municipal and community entities to address all customer concerns in one place at one time.

Site Development Review Committee Members:

  • Development Coordinator, Chair
  • Planning Services
  • Building Services
  • Engineering Services
  • Environmental Services
  • Water Services
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Transportation & Drainage
  • Solid Waste Department
  • Fire Department
  • Police Department
  • Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU)
  • Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)

Site Development Review Committee Agendas

Here are the agendas for previous meetings of Site Development Review Committee.  All files are in PDF format. Please click here to download Acrobat Reader.

Development Boards and Commissions

  • Planning and Zoning Commission
    (meets 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month)
  • Historic Landmark Commission 
    (meets 2nd Wednesday of each month, as needed)
  • Zoning Board of Adjustment 
    (meets 2nd Thursday of each month, as needed)
  • Board of Adjustment and Appeals 
    (meets as needed)
  • Building and Standards Commission 
    (meets as needed)
  • Design Review Board
    (meets as needed)

Electronic Records: Minutes for boards, commissions and committees

The City of Bryan began using the LaserFiche imaging system to electronically store records in 2000. While it is a work in progress, many city records are available via electronic access, including board, commission and committee meeting minutes dating back to 1889, ordinances, resolutions, and archived meeting agendas (two-year retention).