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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. 

Agendas will be posted online by 5:00 p.m. the Thursday prior to the meeting.




Randy Graham, President Ginny Kelleher, Vice President Kristen Burkman
Robert Horkay Mike Johns Andre Maue
Victor McCarty Dave Schmitz Cindy Spoljaric


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Please be advised the intersection of 156th Street and Westfield Blvd. is CLOSED. We will post updates as we receive them. #TravelWestfield ... See moreSee less

‪Please be advised the intersection of 156th Street and Westfield Blvd. is CLOSED. We will post updates as we receive them. #TravelWestfield ‬


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Westfield Fire DepartmentWFD responding to multiple calls across the city from lightning strikes to high water. If you encounter a flooded roadway DO NOT drive through it. Turn around and find an alternate route. ... See moreSee less

Hamilton County Emergency ManagementThere is an enhanced risk for severe weather today. Stay weather area. Make sure everyone in your household knows the difference between a watch and a warning. A watch means it is time to get ready. A warning means to go to your safe place. Ensure your weather radio has fresh batteries. If you do not have a weather radio, we highly recommend you considering purchasing one. ... See moreSee less

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Looks like the Grim Reaper visited this city government post on an official FB page. There were 21 original comments, but only 1 survivor now. Draw your own conclusions. I have.

Hamilton County Emergency ManagementTomorrow, Friday, March 27 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, Hamilton County will resume the weekly testing of the outdoor warning sirens.

The weekly testing was scheduled to resume last week; however, due to weather conditions, the test was not conducted.

As we prepare for severe weather, so can you. Make a plan, build a kit, and stay informed. We highly recommend each household has a weather radio to ensure you can receive emergency alerts, even if the power, internet, and cell service is unavailable.

For more information about the outdoor warning sirens, please visit hamiltoncounty.in.gov/235/Outdoor-Warning-Sirens
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