Zoning is the main planning tool of local government to manage the future development of a community. The Zoning Ordinance divides the County into areas, or zones, which specify allowable uses for real property and restrictions such as setbacks, size, and similar standards for buildings within these areas. Please see this publication by Purdue University for more information on what a Zoning Ordinance is.These ordinances are provided online for your reference and convenience. While we make every effort to update them as quickly as possible when amendments are made, we make no guarantee this is the most recent form and, therefore, strongly recommend you call us at 765-659-6302 to verify both the ordinance and your interpretation is correct before making decisions or taking financial risks based on these documents.
2015 Unified Development Ordinance
(Adopted Zoning and Subdivision regulations for unincorporated Clinton County, the Town of Rossville, the Town of Mulberry, the Town of Kirklin, and the Town of Colfax)
If you have any questions call Area Plan at (765) 659-6302