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The Planning Division is responsible for developing and updating the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Area Development Plans, Neighborhood Plans, and assisting with Utility and Infrastructure Master Plans.

The Environmental Services Division advocates stewardship of the City’s natural resources through City-wide coordination, environmental programs, compliance with mandates, and community education.

 

Contact Information

Address: 1201 Leopard Street, 4th Floor
                Corpus Christi, TX 78401

Phone: (361) 826-1614

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9277, Corpus Christi, TX 78469

Planning & Environmental Services Services

Environmental Services

Environmental Services advocates stewardship of the City’s natural resources through City-wide coordination, environmental programs, compliance with mandates and community education.

Planning

The Planning Division develops the City’s Comprehensive Plan called PLAN CC, Area Development Plans, Neighborhood Plans, and assists with Utility & Infrastructure Plans. 

Daniel McGinn, Director of Planning and Environmental Services

Daniel McGinn, Director of Planning and Environmental Services

Daniel McGinn is a seasoned City employee having started with the organization in 2005. He has held positions as City Planner, Project Manager, Land Development Manager, Interim Director of Development Services and Assistant Director of Planning and Environmental Services.   

Mr. McGinn has over 14 years’ experience in municipal planning and development. Aside from his career with the City of Corpus Christi, he has worked in Community and Economic Development for the City of Hudson, Ohio, Deputy Director of Development Services in Victoria, and the City of Sachse’s Director of Community Development.

Mr. McGinn is a member of several professional organizations, to include the American Planning Association, Texas APA, and the Texas Floodplain Management Association. His education includes a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Akron, a Bachelor’s of Arts in Geography from Rowan University, along with other educational accomplishments including a Leadership Development Certification through the University of Virginia, and the City’s Career Development Program.

“I want to use my experience in planning and understanding of economic development and environmental strategies to promote new development and reinvestment into the community,” added McGinn.