General Land Plans are utilized to examine proposed development plans for large tracts of land in the City and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). More specifically, the purpose of the General Land Plan is to review the proposed major thoroughfare and collector street patterns, land use, environmental issues, conformance to the comprehensive plan, and the property's relationship to adjoining subdivisions or properties. The Development Code requires that a General Land Plan be submitted for any tract of land over 50 acres in size proposed for residential use, or any parcel proposed for nonresidential use over 30 acres. City Council approves General Land Plans after hearing a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission. The General Land Plans below have been approved by City Council for developments in the City and ETJ.