Most frequently developers seeking to invest in the city of Alton, Texas have some of the same questions. This section will be dedicated to those seeking to develop within our city limits. From time to time this page will be revised and updated to show the current items available to potential developers and investors.
Welcome to our Great “City on the Grow”.
- Zoning Ordinance
- Special Scenic Corridor Ordinance
- Building Fees and Codes Ordinance
- Fire Protection and Sewer Fees Ordinance
If you have any questions or concerns you can contact Steve Pena CPM, Assistant City Manager/CADC General Manager at Steve.firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the office at 956-432-0760.
Throughout the City of Alton there maybe offices space and business suites available for lease. Periodically the CADC will update this list to potential businesses that want to invest in Alton.
Alton Industrial Park:
East side of Alton Blvd (SH 107) between Mile 4 and Mile 5. Lots 1 houses the Industrial Warehouse. Lot 5 was purchased by an oil field equipment distributor. All lots are negotiable.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What does the term “Grandfathered” mean?
A: Grandfathered is a layman’s term for an existing non-conforming use or structure. When a use or structure is in operation and regulation changes to make that use no longer legal, it is generally considered “existing non-conforming” or “Grandfathered”. This means a new structure that does not meet the new code for the district cannot be constructed, or a new use of this type that does not meet the new code will no be permitted. However, as long as the existing use or structure is not abandoned for a period of 6 months or more, or subject to destruction in excess of 50% of the property value, it may continue its current operation.