Following adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, the County is in the process of refreshing their current Zoning and Subdivision Control Ordinances. The ordinance refresh is focused on removing deficiencies of the ordinance, updating and improving parts of the ordinance that may be in conflict with one another, as well as to ensure the ordinance is responsive to current best practices. The updated draft is anticipated to be available for public review and comment late spring or early summer.
The Public Draft has been prepared and can be viewed at the link below. Let us know if you have any suggestions or questions!
The County is developing a 20-Year Comprehensive Plan that will identify goals, policies and action steps to guide growth and development. The County needs your help and invites you to participate in this public open house to share your feedback on the Draft Vision, Goals, Plan Elements & Objectives. Bring the entire family and stop by for as little as 15 minutes to participate and learn more!
The meeting will be held on February 11, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 PM at the Clark County Courthouse (501 E. Court Avenue, Jeffersonville, IN 47130). This meeting will be held on the fourth floor.
Last week we held the first kick-off public workshop at Henryville Jr Sr High School. If you weren’t able to attend, no worries! Come to New Washington Middle High School this Thursday between 5 and 7 pm to participate in the visioning phase of the Clark County Comprehensive Plan. It will be an open house format where you can bring the family and provide input in as little as fifteen minutes!
Don’t forget about the Public Meeting at Henryville Jr. Sr. High School tonight from 5-7 pm. Please enter Door 1 to attend the meeting. You can bring the family and stop by for as little as 15 minutes to share you input!
The Clark County Comprehensive Plan will serve as a guiding document for policy and decision makers over the next 20 years. The plan will analyze the existing conditions of today, incorporate future needs of the every changing population and economy, and reflects the values and vision identified by the community collectively. The plan kicked-off in the fall of 2018 and is anticipated to be formally adopted in the summer of 2019. In the mean time the County needs your help to provide ideas and feedback. Follow our website or Facebook page to learn more about the planning process and how to participate!