Planning & Development
Welcome to the City of Wimberley Planning and Development a hub of information on zoning, short-term rentals, conditional use permits, and subdividing.
The City of Wimberley's Zoning Ordinances are based on the Comprehensive Plan for the City. The City of Wimberley Comprehensive Plan was amended February 4, 2016.
Planning Area & Zoning Map
This map includes planning areas, zoning districts, city limits, extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) boundaries, addressing points and parcels.
CUPs & Overlays Map
This map includes properties with current Conditional Use Permits and the City Center and Entrance Corridor Overlay districts.
Access & Use Constraints
This base map is global, therefore when searching for an address you must include "Wimberley, TX" in the search engine.
These map data are not of survey quality and should be used only for general reference purposes. The City of Wimberley assumes no liability for misuse or misinterpretation of any data represented in any format. No warranty is implied or expressed regarding completeness or accuracy.
To obtain a permit to operate a bed and breakfast or vacation rental, an applicant must go through the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) process and receive an approved permit. The CUP process includes:
- Complete Application
- Application Fee (non-refundable)
- The City notifies those within 200 feet of your application, publishes in the local newspaper and posts a sign on the subject tract
- Planning and Zoning hearing for recommendation and City Council hearing for ultimate decision
Per State and Local statute, if 20% of property owners within 200 feet oppose the application, a super majority vote is required by the Planning and Zoning Commission (6 out of 7) and City Council (4 out of 5) for approval.
For more information, visit Use Requirements and Restrictions for Short Term Rentals.