What is land use plan?
A land use plan is a long-range plan for the desirable use of land in a county, city, village, or town as officially adopted by the local plan commission. The purpose the plan is to serve as a guide in the zoning, and progressive changes in the zoning, of land to meet the future needs of the community in the use of undeveloped land and in the acquisition of rights-of-way or sites for public purposes such as streets, parks, schools, and public buildings.

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1. What is a comprehensive plan?
2. What is land use plan?
3. What is a neighborhood plan?
4. Can I split (subdivide) my land?
5. Do I need an appointment if I am going to subdivide my property?
6. Do I need an appointment if I am going to open a new business in an existing building that had a business?
7. What is a Certified Survey Map?
8. What is a Plat?
9. What is a Preliminary Plat?
10. What is a Final Plat?
11. I am looking to file for a certified survey map, conditional use permit, subdivision plat or rezoning approval. How will the filing and meeting attendance process work?
12. When will my new tax key parcel numbers be assigned as a result of my recorded land division or parcel combination document?
13. How do I get a permit to create a new driveway access or modify an existing driveway access?
14. What public service utilities such as electric, gas, broadband and telephone are available at a property?