BELTON - Belton officials this spring hope to recommend final plat approval on the first phase of the 540-acre development known as Three Creeks Subdivision, formerly La Cachette.
The first phase would include 316 residential lots and two commercial lots across 202 acres of Belton’s extraterritorial jurisdiction as part of the multiphase project.
Once completed, the development is expected to bring up to 1,500 new homes to undeveloped land near Stillhouse Hollow Dam.
Development plans include a mix of residential and commercial lots accessible off FM 1670 as well as a mixture of paved hike-and-bike trails and nature trails.
In 2011, the City Council agreed to de-annex land for the La Cachette development, now the Three Creeks Subdivision, to allow the creation of a municipal utility district to fund the extension of utilities to serve the project.
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