Planning, Zoning and Land Information
NOTICE: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Planning and Zoning Department has adjusted its operations, moving to a remote work environment that will serve your needs. Essential face-to-face services will be limited to pre-scheduled appointments only. Please use the information on this page to contact us via phone or email and we will respond in a timely manner.
VIRTUAL MEETING (WEBEX) INFORMATION
Calumet County Planning, Zoning, and Farmland Preservation Committee – December 10, 2020; 8:30 A.M.
How to Join: Any member of the public wishing to attend this meeting, can do so by calling 1-408-418-9388. Once you dial the number, you will be asked to enter an access code. That number is 146 076 2038. Once you have entered the access code correctly, you will be prompted to enter your attendee ID. Call in users simply press the # key. Please note that all attendees will be muted and there will be no public participation outside of the scheduled public hearing.
Planning, Zoning, and Farmland Preservation Committee Agenda
Planning, Zoning, and Farmland Preservation Committee Packet
Planning provides assistance with land division, farmland preservation, safe routes to school, and tourism initiatives. The Planner is responsible for the development of the county’s land-use plans. There is a housing function in the department, which helps qualified applicants secure home buyer financing.
The zoning part of the office is responsible for administering the various land use codes. Assistance is given with zoning (e.g. building permits), floodplain zoning, sanitation issues, some road access matters, wetland regulation, mining reclamation, wind energy standards, and limiting building height in communication paths (Fresnel zone management).
The land information section administers the development and maintenance of the county-wide geographic information system (GIS) for use by the county departments, local municipalities, utilities, the private sector, and the general public. Other programs maintained by the Land Information Program includes rural house numbering, parcel mapping, and E911 data.