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Floyd County Indiana Business Resources

Business Planning Resources

Floyd County Planner

The Floyd County Planner is responsible for the strategic development planning for Floyd County. 

Don Lopp - Floyd County Planner
dlopp@floydcounty.in.gov

Floyd County Plan Commission

The Plan Commission reviews proposed commercial and residential developments, and administers and enforces zoning ordinances. The Board of Zoning Appeals makes determinations on appeals and variance requests.

Floyd County Zoning Ordinance

Click the following link to review the Floyd County Zoning Ordinance. Please be advised this document is for reference only. Please contact the Plan Commission to verify zoning before any construction. 

Economic Development Organizations

One Southern Indiana

One Southern Indiana (1si) is the Lead Economic Development Organization (LEDO) and Chamber of Commerce for Clark and Floyd Counties on the Indiana side of Louisville, Kentucky. 1si proactively works to grow our regional economy through business attraction, retention and expansion; through encouraging and supporting entrepreneurs and workforce development; and through providing government and workforce advocacy, business education, networking opportunities and other business services to our members and investors.

One Southern Indiana
4100 Charlestown Road, New Albany, IN 47150
Phone 812.945.0266
www.1si.org


River Hills Economic Development District & Regional Planning Commission

River Hills was formed in 1974 along with the other Economic Development Districts in the state of Indiana. The Economic Development Administration (EDA) provides yearly funding and, as such, defines River Hills' scope of work. The main goal of River Hills is to assist local governments with development needs. One of their yearly requirements is to complete a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for the District. This report assesses the problems that exist within each community, rating them by priority and feasibility. The CEDS report maintains the District's eligibility for EDA funding, a major source of infrastructure grants. Since 1990, River Hills has secured secured over $15 million for public facility projects within the five county district. Over $22 million dollars in EDA financial assistance has been received since 1980.

River Hills Economic Development District and Regional Planning Commission
300 Spring Street, Suite 2A
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
Phone: 812.288.4624
http://www.riverhills.cc