Current Planning & Zoning
- Meeting Schedule & Regulations
- Application Forms
- Annexation & Zoning
- Planning Commission
- Board of Adjustments & Appeals
- Historic Preservation
- For a calendar of all Planning and Economic Development Department meetings please visit the Community Calendar.
- Additionally if you would like to receive email or text notifications of meetings and posted agendas, please visit Notify Me, scroll to Calendars and select Planning and Economic Development Calendar.
Application Schedules & Submittal Deadlines
Applications for New Businesses, Home Businesses, Sign Permits, and Other Common Requests
- Sign Permit Application
- New Business or New Location Application
- New Home Business or New Location for a Home Business Application
- Temporary Banner Application
- Application for Work in the Historic District
- Re-Zoning Application
- Vacation of Easement Application
- Street Name Change Application
- Land Use Amendment Application
- Zoning Board of Appeals Application
- Variance Process Letter
- Special Exception Procedures
- For Development Checklists contact Johnny Blizzard by email for the appropriate checklist
Planning Commission is an appointed commission that meets every month. The purpose of the board is to establish and update the City's Comprehensive Plan and to establish, update, and enforce land development regulations. They also make recommendations to the City Council on matters of zoning regulations and zoning of property.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment and Appeals is an independent, quasi-judicial body. It is empowered to grant relief from the strict application of the Zoning Regulations (variances), approve certain uses of land (special exceptions), and hear appeals of actions taken by an administrative officer. The Board's five members and two supernumeraries are appointed by the City Council.
Historic Preservation Commission is an appointed commission that meets every month.
The Madison Station Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for promoting the educational, cultural, economic, and general welfare of the residents of the City of Madison through the:
- Preservation and protection of buildings, sites, structures, areas, and districts of historic significance and interest;
- Preservation and enhancement of the national, state, and local historic, architectural, archaeological, and aesthetic heritage found in the City of Madison; and
- Promotion and enhancement of Madison's historic and aesthetic attraction to tourists and visitors by actively participating in Madison Station's revitalization.