Ultramar gas station planned for corner of Hazeldean and Hartin

Site plan for gas station and commercial development at Hazeldean and Hartin

(Above: Artist rendering of the gas station as viewed from Hazeldean Road.)

Architectural drawings posted to the City's web site show an Ultramar gas station.
Architectural drawings posted to the City’s web site show an Ultramar gas station.

The City has received a site plan application to build a gas station on the vacant lot at the corner of Hazeldean and Hartin, at 5943 Hazeldean Road.  The development would include a corner store, car wash, and other commercial buildings.

Architectural drawings show an Ultramar gas station, along with a Country Style donut shop and Ultramar Corner Store, similar to the gas station at the corner of Huntmar and Palladium.  (The planning documents also reference a Quickie convenience store.)

You can read more about the project on the City’s web site…

Site plan for gas station and commercial development at Hazeldean and Hartin


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2 thoughts on “Ultramar gas station planned for corner of Hazeldean and Hartin”

  1. This plan for a gas station at the corner of hartin and hazeldean should be aborted immediately
    This was not presented prior to the purchasing of the Brigil homes on Hartin and Loreka court thus not being fair advanced notice to those who have already purchased a home
    Nor is this rezoning fair to long time residents of hartin street who will see incredibly increased traffic, noise, pollution, and safety concerns given the increased vehicle traffic
    This location will cause residents to lose considerable value on their homes which is also not fair or correct, especially when there is an unused gas station just across the street which ultramar could easily rectify any contaminated soil with the billions in profits they make each year
    The residents are totally against this terrible planning and rezoning of this piece of land
    This needs to be charged.

    1. I agree with David Keenan. There is a service station site across Hazledean Road . How many service station sites constitute good planning? I live at 8 Hartin Street and Cars turning left onto Hartin Street at night the lights will shine directly in our front window

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