Code of Ordinances
The Haltom City zoning regulations and districts as herein established have been made in accordance with a comprehensive plan, for the purpose of promoting health, safety, morals, and the general welfare of the City of Haltom City. This ordinance has been designed, among other things, to lessen congestion in the streets, to secure safety from fire, panic, and other dangers, to provide adequate light and pure air; to avoid undue concentration of population, and to facilitate adequate provisions for transportation, water, sewage, schools, parking areas, and other public requirements.
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The following is a list of amendments to the Haltom City zoning ordinance:
- Certain Uses Zoning Update, Ordinance Number O-2016-024-15 (PDF)
- Day Laborer Ordinance, Ordinance Number O-2015-020-15 (PDF)
- Non-Depository Financial Institutions, Ordinance Number 2012-005-15 Case Number Z-001-12 (PDF)
- Tire and Battery Sales Stores, Ordinance Number O-2012-006-15 Case Number Z-003-12 (PDF)
- Fence Regulations, Ordinance Number O-2015-007-15 (PDF)
- Amend "Definitions" of Restaurants, Ordinance Number O-2012-014-15 Case Number Z-009-12 (PDF)
- Amend "Junked Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Junk Yards", Ordinance Number O-2012-015-25 Case Number Z-010-12 (PDF)
- Smoke Shops and Smoke Lounges, Ordinance Number O-2014-032-03 (PDF)
- Community Home Ordinance, Ordinance Number O-2016-011-15 (PDF)
- Rezone - 5601 Diamond Oaks Dr., Ordinance Number O-2022-001-15 (PDF)
- Rezone - Amending O-2002-032-15, Ordinance Number O-2021-027-15 (PDF)
The Haltom City masonry ordinance was approved by City Council and last amended on March 28th, 2013.
Refer to the Haltom City Municipal Code/Charter, Part II Code of Ordinances, Chapter 14, Buildings, Structures and Appurtenances, Article 1. In General, Section 14-27 for the complete ordinance.
The Haltom City subdivision ordinance is adopted under the authority of the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas, including particularly Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code and the provisions of the Municipal Annexation Act, codified as Chapter 43 of the Texas Local Government Code.
Reference the Haltom City Municipal Code Charter, Chapters 38-37 for updated building code elevation requirements.