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Building, Planning, & Zoning

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Building Department

The purpose of the Pulaski County Building Department is to protect the life, public safety, health, and general welfare of the citizens of Pulaski County, Indiana. The…

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Advisory Plan Commission

The Pulaski County Advisory Plan Commission (APC) is charged with implementing Pulaski County land-use planning (per the Unified Development Ordinance); hiring staff, as necessary, for the purposes…

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Board of Zoning Appeals

The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) is a quasi-judicial board whose decisions may be disputed by the losing party via judicial review; neither the Advisory Plan Commission…

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Development Fees

Pulaski County Development Fee Schedule (Parts A and B, Land-use and Residential Building) Amended Pulaski County Building Fee Schedule (non-residential building permitting and inspections) In December 2016,…

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Unified Development Ordinance

Pulaski County Ordinance 08-2016, the Unified Development Ordinance of Pulaski County The list of amendments made to the Official Zoning Map of Pulaski County made as part…

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Right To Farm Ordinance

In order to maintain a viable farming economy in Pulaski County, farmers must be afforded protection allowing them the right to farm. When nonagricultural land uses extend into agricultural areas, agricultural operations may become the subject of nuisance suits. As a result, agricultural operations are sometimes forced to cease operation or are discouraged from making investments in agricultural improvements. The intent of this ordinance is to address such concerns proactively to promote the agricultural economy, environmental prudence, and community well-being.

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Comprehensive Plan

Completed and approved by the County Commissioners in early 2009, the Advisory Plan Commission’s Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan: Plan for Smart Growth was funded by a Community…

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