Planning and Zoning Commission Duties
County Planning and The Clinton Zoning Commission is made up of five citizens appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Members serve 5 year terms and the majority live in the unincorporated areas of the County. The Commission serves in an advisory role to the Board of Supervisors, reviewing and making recommendations on implementation and updating of the Master Plan, Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Ordinance. This includes applications for rezoning and subdivision of land in unincorporated Clinton County.
The Planning and Zoning Commission usually meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Generally, if there have been no applications submitted for Commission action, the Commission will not hold a meeting. Please call the Planning and Zoning office, (563) 659-8149, prior to a scheduled meeting to verify the time and location of the meeting or check the agenda for the next meeting.
Forms and complete requirements for applications to the Planning and Zoning Commission are available in the office of the Zoning Administrator. Completed application forms are due at least 20 days prior to the date of a Public Hearing.
Planning and Zoning Commission Members