Tenth Street Historic District Neighborhood Plan

What’s the Plan?

The Tenth Street Residential Association worked with the Inclusive Communities Project to draft their neighborhood-led land use plan. They began the planning process in September 2020 and completed the plan draft in September 2021. The plan is available here.

What’s the Status?

The neighborhood association approached the planning department as well to collaborate with them on the adopting of their neighborhood-led plan in Fall 2021. Similar to Floral Farms, no immediate next step was provided. However, representatives from TSRA along with the Coalition for Neighborhood Self-Determination have been assured that PUD will honor the work done in the neighborhood-led plan and incorporate the plan as part of the East Oak Cliff Area Plan being led by the City of Dallas and the ForwardDallas comprehensive Land Use Plan update.

The Tenth Street Historic District also has an Authorized Hearing for rezoning the neighborhood which was initiated in September 2019. The first community meeting for the Authorized Hearing process is scheduled for Thursday April 14, 2022 (flyer below).

For more information on the Tenth Street Authorized Hearing click here.