Noble County Plan Commission

We enforce the zoning ordinance in unincorporated parts of Noble County, Indiana.
Incorporated towns of Kendallville, Albion, Ligonier, Cromwell, Rome City, and Avilla, maintain their own ordinances
and are outside our jurisdiction.

 

Unified Development Ordinance

The Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) is the zoning ordinance for unincorporated areas of Noble County. Download your own searchable copy here.

Trash, Junk, Debris and Inoperable Vehicles

Learn more about the Trash, Junk, Debris and Inoperable Vehicle ordinance for Noble County. Please keep in mind, the ordinance only applies to areas outside of any city limits, and currently only applies to properties smaller than 3 acres in size. 


Board of Zoning Appeals

The BZA (Board of Zoning Appeals) is a quasi judicial system that primarily hears petitions for variances and special exceptions. They also manage appeals to decisions made by the Planning Director (also known as the Zoning Administrator) via Administrative Appeals, and oversee Trash, Junk and Debris complaints filed at the Planning Commission Office. 

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Planning Commission

The Planning Commission institutes and maintains the UDO (Unified Development Ordinance), which is our zoning ordinance in Noble County. 

(Learn more about the UDO here)

The nine member board holds appointed members (County Commissioner, County Council member, the appointed ag agent, and the County Surveyor)  and citizen members. 

Common tasks handled by the Planning Commission are Subdivisions, Vacations of platted land (but not platted public ways, like roads or public drives), rezonings (the Plan Commission provides a recommendation to the Commissioners who make the final determination), amendments to the zoning ordinance (known as the UDO or Unified Development Ordinance) and the zoning maps.   

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Meetings

View upcoming and recent petitions to the Plan Commission Board.


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2016 Meeting Schedule

Please note: 

- The Board of Zoning Appeals meet on the first Wednesday of each month. 
- The Plan Commission meet on the third Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. 
The meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Dekko Meeting Room unless otherwise posted.
All filing deadlines are at 3:00 p.m. on the dates provided on the schedule below, except applications for Subdivision Plan Approval and Vacations.  Subdivision and Vacation applications must be filed thirty (30) days prior to the next available Plan Commission meeting date.