The Code Enforcement Office is responsible for the administration and implementation of the Code of Ordinances for the City of Llano. The Code of Ordinances can be viewed by coming to City Hall, 301 West Main, Llano, Texas. There is no charge for view the Code of Ordinances; however, there may be a nominal charge for copies should you need a copy of a portion of it. Since the Code is always being updated, be sure to ask Code Enforcement (or City Secretary) about new ordinances.
To report a violation, contact the Code Enforcement office at 325.247.4158, ext 210.
This office is also responsible for inspections and permits.
Construction Permits are required for construction or remodeling. To obtain a permit, you must complete an application for permit and submit it with plans and specifications for your project. For homes and small buildings one set of plans is required. For larger buildings, two sets are required. All work will need an estimate of the amount of work being done. Not all remodeling work needs plans. Contact the Code Enforcement office for more information on remodeling permits.
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SPECIFIC USE PERMIT REGULATIONS:
In recommending that a Specific Use Permit for the premises under consideration be granted, the Planning and Zoning Commission shall determine that such uses are harmonious and adaptable to building structures and uses of abutting property and other property in the vicinity of the premises under consideration, and shall make recommendations as to requirements for the paving of streets, alley and sidewalks, means of ingress and egress to public streets, provisions for drainage, adequate off-street parking, protective screening and open space, heights of structures and compatibility of buildings.
The Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council shall consider the following criteria in determining the validity of the SUP request:
1. Is the use harmonious and compatible with surrounding existing uses or proposed uses?
2. Are the activities requested by the applicant normally associated with the requested use?
3. Is the nature of the use reasonable?
4. Has any impact on the surrounding area been mitigated?
No Specific Use Permit shall be granted unless the applicant, owner and grantee of the Specific Use Permit shall be willing to accept and agree to be bound by and comply with the written requirements of the Specific Use Permit.
This office issues liquor license permits. Peddler's permits may be obtained only at the Llano Police Department, 123 Robinson Park Drive, Llano, Texas, 325.247.3028.
Any questions or requests for information should be directed to the Code Enforcement Office at 325.247.4158, ext 210.