PLANNING & ZONING
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Julie Sweazy, Administrator
Flood Plain Coordinator - Emergency 911 Coordinator
Planning & Zoning Code Enforcement Administrator
502-477-3218 / 477-2997 email@example.com
220 Main Cross in Taylorsville, Kentucky
Mailing: P.O. Box 305, Taylorsville, KY 40071|
Phone: (502) 477-3218; Fax: (502) 477-3242
Office Hours: M-F 8-4 (closed noon -12:30 p.m.)
Building & Electrical Inspections
Inspector Steve Clark
Phone (502) 643-9039
Planning & Zoning Commission
The Taylorsville-Spencer County Joint Planning and Zoning Commission is a recommending body of eight appointed persons, four citizen members appointed by the Mayor of the City of Taylorsville and four citizen members appointed by the County Judge Executive. This commission is compiled for the purpose of reviewing and overseeing proposed amendments to the official zoning maps of the city and county as well as subdivision developments. With their consideration at a public hearing, a recommendation is made to the appropriate governing body for final action. The planning commission is also responsible for preparation of updates to the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations as well as the Comprehensive Plan with their recommendation of each being made to the appropriate governing body for final adoption. The commission operates under Kentucky Revised Statutes Chapter 100.
Public Hearings and Meetings
The commission meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month with the authority to call special meetings as necessary. The meetings are held at 7p.m. in the Fiscal Court meeting hall located at 28 East Main Street, Taylorsville. All meetings and hearings are open to the pubic however we do request that individuals wishing to address the commission sign in to be called upon during the appropriate time for public comment. Individuals that sign in to give testimony are required to take an oath during the meeting.
Lowry Brown, City Appointment
Dwight Clayton, County Appointment
Diana Faue, City Appointment
Gordon Deapen, City Appointment
Marsha Mudd, County Appointment
Teddy Noel, County Appointment
Anthony Travis, County Appointment
Gary Woods, City Appointment
Planning & Zoning Commission Scheduled Hearings
The next Hearing date is 9/21/17
Planning & Zoning Most Recent Minutes 8/17/17
Fiscal Court Hearing
Zoning Readings scheduled for 9/6/17.
City of Taylorsville Commission
No Zoning Readings scheduled at this time, but will be here, when available.
Board of Adjustment
The Board of Adjustment is a body of five appointed members, two city members appointed by the Mayor of the City of Taylorsville and three members appointed by the County Judge Executive. The board meets on an as-called basis and normally convenes at 4 p.m. in the Fiscal Court meeting hall located at 28 East Main Street, Taylorsville on Thursday afternoon with the authority to call special meetings as necessary. All meetings and hearings are open to the pubic however we do request that individuals wishing to address the commission sign in to be called upon during the appropriate time for public comment. This board is compiled for the purpose of hearing appeals and applications for conditional uses as well as variances.
Board of Adjustment Members
Dean Curtsinger, City Appointed
Charlie Ethington, City Appointed
Doug Goodlett, County Appointed
Annelle Hoene, County Appointed
Greg Murphy, County Appointed
Board of Adjustment Scheduled Hearings
No Business scheduled at this time, but will be here, when available
Board of Adjustments Most Recent Minutes 6/1/17
All OPEN RECORDS request must be turned in to the County Attorney. Should you be requesting multiple items a form must be filed for each request individually. For a copy of the form Click here
|1996||165 + 52 man.||13||26||12|
|1997||218 + 48 man.||9||35||29|
|1998||205 + 48 man.||12||60||41|
|1999||315 + 57 man.||14||56||60|
|2000||227 + 65 man.||9||94||77|
|2001||220 + 56 man.||5||102||66|
|2002||215 + 65 man.||18||136||112|
|2003||246 + 49 man.||12||123||69|
|2004||303 + 39 man.||6||108||71|
|2005||367 + 34 man.||8||82||58|
|2006||213 + 17 man.||10||63||55|
|2007||183 + 20 man.||14||69||55|
|2008||99 + 10 man.||9||72||56|
|2009||66 + 11 man.||10||81||70|
|2010||66 + 13 man.||10||69||77|
|2011||49 + 6 man.||4||73||58|
|2012||49 + 9 man.||7||115||76|
|2013||75 + 13 man.||10||137||92|
|2014||80 + 8 man.||12||78||78|
|2015||84 +15 man.||9||117||88|
|2016 (to 4/16)||39 + 4 man.||3||37||21|
*Residential Count indicates homes built on site and "man." cover's all manufactured homes as well as single & double wide mobile homes.
*Accessory Structures include all forms of non-commercial storage buildings, garages, pole barns, sheds, etc.
*Other covers many areas such as pools, decks, additions, remodels, carports, signs, etc.