The use of properties is restricted. Some restrictions are by deed restrictive covenants and city codes that include but are not limited to setbacks, parking requirements, and zoning.
The properties in Surfside Beach also have government agencies like the Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas General Land Office, as well as Texas Department of Insurance and FEMA, who underwrite flood and windstorm insurance that restrict and place requirements on the use of your property.
The Planning Commission wants to help you.
The commission asks for a property owner to:
Identify the city code concerning the request. (For example, when changing a property’s boundaries, you will find items in the code by searching Subdivision.)
Include the zone in which the property is located (i.e., residential, C-1, C-2).
Include city requirements associated with request.
Include city restrictions on the property.
Provide a survey of the property with the changes requested drawn to scale. Show each of the following:
septic (locate septic on the drawing if applicable), and
a drainage plan.
State any and all deed restrictions.
Download a request for the Surfside Beach Planning Commission to review your plans. Submit the completed form with the required attachments at City Hall.
You can find the city code at
A map in City Hall shows zoning.
You can find deed restrictions in the property’s deed filed at the County Clerk’s Office
and/or in the title commitment when you purchased the property.
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