Zoning Verification Process
It is not uncommon for a developer or a financial institution funding a development project to require or request a zoning verification letter. Below you will find some helpful information in reference to zoning verification.
What is a Zoning Verification Letter?
A Zoning Verification Letter is a document provided by the City of Haslet to verify the current zoning of a specific piece of property and generally the types of uses that are allowed in that type of zoning district.
What type of information is provided in a Zoning Verification Letter?
The Zoning Verification Letter provided by the City of Haslet will contain the following information:
The current zoning district of the property.
The current overlay district of the property, if applicable.
A list of permitted uses allowed in that zoning district.
The letter will not provide any outstanding Code Enforcement violations on the property. You may contact Code Enforcement for that information at 817-439-5931 x 107.
How do I obtain a Zoning Verification Letter?
To obtain a Zoning Verification Letter please complete the form below and submit with the required application fee of $35.00 (non-refundable). An application and fee are required for each piece of property. Requests need to be directed to:
Walter E. Reeves, Jr., Planning Director
City of Haslet – Planning Department
101 Main Street
Haslet, Texas 76052
How long does it take to receive a Zoning Verification Letter from the City?
Please allow at least ten (10) business days to process the request and receive your letter.
Before submitting requests please verify that the subject property is located in the city limits of the City of Haslet. This can be accomplished by visiting www.tad.org, selecting "Property", "Property Address", and entering the property address. All taxing entities for the property will display. If the City of Haslet is not a taxing entity listed, the property is not in the City of Haslet city limit.
A legal description is required for staff to provide accurate information. You may use Tarrant Appraisal District as detailed above to obtain the legal description for the subject address. Provide the legal description on the request form where required or you may provide a recent survey (performed in last five years).
Make sure to submit your request at least ten (10) business days before the letter is needed.