News from Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto
CampDoublecreek property to be recommended for rezoning
BY MEGAN CARDONA
After entertaining the idea of rezoning the property, the camp own- ers looked for someone who would be interested in the property and selected David Weekley Homes. Currently, the property is zoned C-1 for general commercial and SF-2 for single-family standard lot, according to the meeting agenda. Neal said the C-1 zoning was designated to the property in 1984 when there was no other zoning that made sense for the property at the time. When David Weekley Homes presented the zoning change request to the commission, the C-1 zoning got their attention because it no longer makes sense for the area, Neal said. Camp Doublecreek will eventually relocate from Double Creek Drive. For now, Neal said Camp Doublecreek plans to remain in its current location for the summers of 2021 and 2022. “We as a camp are going to
ROUND ROCK In a move initiated by the owners of Camp Doublecreek, the camp’s current property located at 800 Double Creek Drive, Round Rock, the city of Round Rock’s Planning and Zoning Commission recommended a zoning change that was approved April 21 and will now move to City Council. The zoning change would turn the camp’s property into a planned unit development for single-family detached and attached residences, according to the meeting agenda. Camp Doublecreek was founded in 1971 as an accessible summer day camp that oers a rural feel in a suburban area, said Dan Neal, Camp Doublecreek co-owner and director. Now the camp is surrounded by commercial and residential develop- ments, and the increased trac has become a safety headache, he said.
Camp Doublecreek was founded in 1971 as a rural summer day camp; today it is surrounded by residential and commercial lots. (Megan Cardona/Community Impact Newspaper)
continue, but we knew that this loca- tion was going to basically become something that might be not as good as a t as time went on,” he said. During the hearing, Neal said there were two hours of deliberation from neighbors making good cases against the change. Neal said the Camp Doublecreek team has loved its neighbors, but the eventual reloca- tion is a byproduct of city growth.
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