What is the 2020 Comprehensive Plan Update? To start off with, Hamilton County has nine different planning jurisdictions within the County. The Hamilton County Plan Commission has jurisdiction over the areas of the County that are shown on the map below in the blue color. If you want to see how the County is broke up into the nine different planning jurisdictions, click here
2020 Comprehensive Plan Survey:
The Hamilton County Plan Commission is updating the Comprehensive Plan and wants your input. The project mission is for residents and leaders of Hamilton County to shape a land use vision that strikes a healthy balance between environment, community, culture/values, and economy for the Hamilton County Plan Commission to implement over the next ten years.
Please clink on the image below to complete the 2020 Comp Plan Survey (This link will take you outside the Hamilton County website)
The 2020 Comprehensive Plan will:
Be rooted in citizen input.
Create strategies for the right development in the right place.
Listen to leaders of Hamilton County and incorporate their vision in the plan.
Comprehensive planning is allowed by Indiana Code Title 36-7-4-500 series. The law gives municipalities, like Hamilton County, the capability to approve and adopt a Comprehensive Plan. By Indiana Code, the plan must have at least these three elements:
A statement of objectives for the future development of the jurisdiction.
A statement of policy for the land use development of the jurisdiction.
A statement of policy for the development of public ways, public places, public lands, public structures, and public utilities.
Meetings in the Townships will be conducted to gather the Public input as it relates to the update to the current Comprehensive Plan. The following sections will display information relating to each of the Townships.
All Adams Township meetings will take place at:
Sheridan Community Center 300 East 6th Street Sheridan, IN 46069