Save Bedford, TX

Citizens Against High Density Development

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Contact City Officials

If you oppose more high-density development, write your city officials as soon as possible. Click on the email address to open your email program.

City Manager:
brian.bosshardt@bedfordtx.gov

Mayor
jim.griffin@bedfordtx.gov

Director of Development
bill.syblon@bedfordtx.gov

Planning Manager
emilio.sanchez@bedford.tx.gov

City Council:
roger.fisher@bedfordtx.gov

rusty.sartor@bedfordtx.gov

michael.boyter@bedfordtx.gov

roy.turner@bedfordtx.gov

dan.cogan@bedfordtx.gov

amy.sabol@bedfordtx.gov

If you are opposed to high density development then email them as a group: Group Email

Facts on Bedford

  • Bedford is the second most densely populated city in Texas with 5,000 people per square mile.
  • 47% of our city residents live in high density residential developments.
  • There are over 35 high density residential developments in Bedford.
  • Bedford has over 8200 apartment units, that is a density of over 820 per square mile.
  • High density residential places added burdens on police, fire, ems and schools.
  • High density developments decrease home values by 14%
  • Much of our valuable street frontage has been taken up by high density development leaving no space for future business growth.
  • Bedford has less than 3% of it's land remaining for development.
  • Bedford desperately needs more businesses to generate more sales tax to help sustain our city services.
  • We do not have land to waste on more high density developments.
  • This is not a new issue. Bedford citizens have been against more high density development for over 30 years.
  • Many of our current council members ran for election on the promise of No More Apartments.
  • They say we need more millennial's, but it seems they are ignoring the 10,000+ already living in Bedford. That is 1 out of every 5 residents.
  • We do not need more people we need more business generating sales tax revenue.

We Need Your Help

The Save Bedford group is proceeding with having a legally binding zoning ordinance change drafted by an attorney who specializes in these matters. This zoning ordinance will change the density requirements for development in the City of Bedford to prevent high density developments on the remaining undeveloped land in this city and preserve it for future economic development.

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