Comprehensive planning is a tool used by communities to establish guidelines for the future growth of their community. The plan dictates public policy in terms of transportation, utilities, land use, recreation, and housing. Buffalo Trace works with local planning commissions to formulate and update comprehensive plans for their jurisdiction as needed. Zoning is the primary tool jurisdictions use to help implement the comprehensive plan. Zoning regulations typically govern the type of land uses permitted and how they can be configured on the land. Most jurisdictions also have subdivision or development regulations that provide further guidance for the development of land. Buffalo Trace works with local jurisdictions to revise their zoning codes and subdivision regulations.
Bracken County Comprehensive Plan – Adopted: Click 2013 Plan Final Adopted 5.22.14 to view.
Fleming County Comprehensive Plan: Click HERE to view.
Lewis County Comprehensive Plan: Click HERE to view.
Mason County Comprehensive Plan – Adopted: Click HERE to view.
Robertson County Comprehensive Plan – Adopted: Click HERE to view.
Fleming County Kentucky Website: LINK
Flemingsburg, Kentucky Website: LINK
Fleming County Chamber of Commerce Website: LINK
Fleming County Industrial Authority Website: LINK
Lewis County Approved Subdivision Regulations:
Lewis County Municipal Planning Commission Lewis County, Kentucky ADOPTED REGULATIONS January 26, 2010
Incorporated Areas of Lewis County, Kentucky and the Incorporated Areas of Vanceburg and Concord
A copy of the Adopted Subdivision Regulations is available for download in PDF format HERE .
Robertson County Information:
The Robertson County Municipal Planning Commission meets each 3rd Monday of the Month at the Robertson County Community Center at 7:00 p.m