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The Planning Division assists and guides citizens and City leaders toward more productive, orderly and attractive patterns of physical and economic development that enhances the quality of life in San Angelo.

Applying to Planning

How do I apply for a plat or subdivide land?

  • Complete a checklist for a preliminary plat, final plat or replat, along with a land subdivision application.
  • Have an electronic version of the plat (survey) prepared with dimensions that shows any existing and/or proposed buildings, roads, right-of-ways, easements, etc.
  • Remit payment (cash or check) according to fee schedule. There are separate fees for any requested variances to the City’s Code of Ordinances.
  • You can submit your application, checklist and plat to or by mailing that information to the ATTN of Planning & Development Services, 52 W. College Ave., San Angelo, TX 76903. Make checks payable to the City of San Angelo.

Comprehensive plan

The comprehensive plan was adopted by the City Council in 2003 and was updated in the 2009 strategic plan. The purpose of this effort was to ensure that future development in the community be grounded in market and economic reality and representative of stakeholder interests. The update is a compilation of strategies and initiatives deemed most important for the City of San Angelo to realize the vision established by the initial comprehensive plan.

River Walk named Great Place in America


The Concho River Walk has been designated one of five Great Public Spaces on the American Planning Association’s annual Great Places in America list.

For more information about these public spaces, as well as APA’s Great Public Spaces and Streets for 2017 and previous years, visit

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