Planning & Development

February 21, 2024 Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting

Click on the link below to view a copy of the packet and associated agenda items.

02/21/24 Planning & Zoning Commission Packet

To submit comments prior to the meeting please email Laura Lowell at Please note comments will be forwarded to the Planning & Zoning Commission and attached to the minutes of the meeting.

Meeting Schedules & Submission Dates

Planning Activities

The City's planning activities include:
  • Land use and comprehensive community planning
  • Development management
  • Administering the City's zoning, subdivision and sign regulations
  • Local coordination of the Census
  • Investigation of code violations
  • Assisting elected and appointed City officials in carrying our the City's goals and policies
Municipal zoning, subdivision and sign regulations are continuously being reviewed to keep them current with the City's goals and policies. As a part of its planning function, the City has produced a number of special plans and studies, including the Highway 141 Corridor Plan, to develop a plan to improve both appearance and traffic movement, and the City's Parks and Open Space Plan and Parks and Trails Master Plan.

This Development Guide is intended to help you with your Rezoning, Subdivision, Site Plan Review or Conditional Use Permit. We urge you to contact the Planning Department for additional information or to schedule an appointment to discuss your project.

Architectural Review

All new residences, front of house additions, subdivision gates, non-residential construction and roof-mounted solar panels that do not face a street must go before the Architectural Review Board prior to permitting.

Conditional Use Permit

The City of Town and Country is eager to process your application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) as quickly and efficiently as possible.


The city's zoning regulations are intended to protect the character and values of the city, to encourage the most appropriate use of land and management of natural resources, and to guide the future growth and development of the city.