Joint Planning Commission

The current Pendleton County Joint Planning Commission was formed in 1999, to include a new joint agreement being signed by the three governments involved. The joint planning commission was formed with 5 members from the county and 2 members each from both cities, Falmouth and Butler. Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS 100) plainly lays out the duties of the planning commission to carry out land use planning. Kentucky Law provides that the Pendleton County Joint Planning Commission be formed as a legislative body for the purpose of performing the following task:

  • Create a Comprehensive Plan for the development of land uses in the county and cities
  • Review and make changes to the comprehensive plan as needed or at least review the plan at a minimum of every five (5) years
  • Suggest to the fiscal court any text changes to the zoning ordinance after receiving a request or becoming aware of circumstances effecting community change
  • Suggest to the fiscal court any zoning map changes to the zoning maps after receiving a request or becoming aware of circumstances effecting community change
  • Oversee the subdivision of land and the development of subdivisions within the county

The Pendleton County Joint Planning Commission is made up of 9 citizen members. The fiscal court appoints 5 and the two cities appoint 2 respectively. Each term of office is for a four year period and members are appointed with staggering terms.  

 
Pendleton County Joint Plannning Commission
233 Main Street Room 4
Falmouth, KY  41040
Phone:  859.654.1108
 
Commission Members:
PCJPC: Jim Lockwood (Chairman), Roy Mains, Angela Hornbeck, Steve Hartzel, Randy Rose, Jim Tomlinson, Daryl Mullins

PCJPC Staff:  Brian Thompson, Scott Hiles
 
Meeting Dates and Times:
The last Monday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Old Courthouse, 233 Main St, Falmouth, Upstairs Fiscal Court Room.