A map of a subdivision that represents a tract of land, showing the boundaries and location of individual properties, streets, easements and other pertinent information. After a plat is approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission it is filed with the appropriate county clerk and becomes a legal lot of record for which a building permit can be issued.
Visit our interactive mapping site. You can zoom in to any specific area of the city using your cursor. Call us at the Planning Department at (817) 276-4226 during regular office hours to ask our staff about the information you require. Visit our offices during regular working hours to review the official zoning map and talk to the planning staff about zoning.
No. The Texas Local Government Code and the City of Mansfield Subdivision Ordinance requires property to be subdivided through the platting process before it can be sold for the purpose of creating two or more parcels. A lot that is sold by a metes and bounds description only and has not been platted into a separate lot is not a legal lot of record.