The City of Westfield, Indiana

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Advisory Plan Commission

The Advisory Plan Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council in zoning matters. However, they make final decisions in matters of reviewing and approving site development plans and subdivision plats. Advisory Plan Commission meetings offer a public forum for community input. It is the job of the Advisory Plan Commission to facilitate this process.

The Advisory Planning Commission meets on the first and third Mondays of each month, please refer to the meeting schedules below for exact dates and times:

 

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Advisory Plan Commission Members

City Appointments

Township Appointments

City Councilors

  • Randy Graham, President
  • Dave Schmitz
  • Steve Hoover
  • Andre Maue, Vice-President
  • Ginny Kelleher
  • Robert L. Horkay
  • Robert Smith
  • Chris Woodard

Email APC Members:

apc@westfield.in.gov 

 

 

  • Scott Willis

 For Agenda Information:

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