Arin Shaver, AICP
Planning Executive Director
Fax: (574) 753-7401
8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Monday thru Friday
200 Court Park
Logansport, IN 46947
Architectural Review Committee
Board of Zoning Appeals Application
Development Plan Review
Split Exemption Approval
Improvement Location Permit
Major and Minor Subdivision
Variance from Developmental Standards
Variance from Floodplain
Who Do I Call For:
Do I need a permit?
What is my property zoned?
What uses are allowed on my property?
Am I in a floodplain?
How do I split property?
Are there certain standards new construction?
Are there standards to open a business?
The Logansport Plan Commission is established in accordance with I.C.36-7-4-200 series and shall have the duties and powers prescribed as all procedures necessary for the proper administration and enforcement of the Logansport and Fringe Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Ordinance. The Logansport Plan Commission shall adopt rules for the purpose of its supervision and administration and investigations and hearings which may not conflict with the Zoning Ordinance nor the Indiana Code. The powers and duties shall include the authorization of applications, procedures and documentations of Planned Unit Developments and Development Plan Reviews. Members of the Plan Commission are Tom Nelson-President, Paul Hartman-Vice President, Penny Bannon-Secretary, Judy Burkhart, Theresa Binkerd, Terry Homburg, David Oresik, Matt Gotshall and Terry Doran.
Regular meetings for the purpose of conducting public hearings and the business of the Commission shall be held at 4:00 PM on the second Monday of each month in the City Council Chambers, Third Floor, Logansport City Building, 601 E. Broadway. When the date of any regular meeting coincides with a legal holiday, the meeting shall be held on the following Tuesday.
Subcommittees include: Architectural Review Committee and Development Plan Review Committee
Planning / Zoning Department News & Updates
The Grissom Air Reserve Base (ARB) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a community driven, cooperative, strategic planning effort between Grissom ARB, the surrounding local jurisdictions, and local community stakeholders. The JLUS will identify means of promoting land use, urban growth, and economic development that is compatible with the mission of the 434th Air Refueling Wing (434 ARW). Additionally, the JLUS will seek ways to reduce the military operational impacts on adjacent lands, protect the health and safety of the surrounding population, and maximize compatible economic development potential of the Grissom Aeroplex. Click here for more information and Study updates.
Go to room 306 in the Cass County Government Building (200 Court Park, Logansport, Indiana 46947) in the Planning Department.
We have multiple areas such as Downtown, Hoosier Heartland Highway, and all development within a 100ft distance from a riverbank.
The only area that requires this is in Lexington Village which is from Mall Rd. to Yorktown Rd and High St to Market St.