The Planning, Zoning, and Natural Resources Office is responsible for managing the physical growth of the unincorporated area of the County. The Lake County Comprehensive Development Plan is the official document used to guide decisions on land use matters. The comprehensive plan is designed to anticipate and deal constructively with changes occurring within the County.

Components of the plan include population trends and forecasts, land use analysis, transportation, public facilities, natural and environmental resources, and future development plan. The comprehensive plan is a "blueprint" for the future development of the County. Zoning and subdivision ordinances are specific regulations intended to carry out the plan.

Daily responsibilities of the department include enforcement of the zoning and subdivision regulations and issuance of zoning and building permits. Ordinances governing nuisances, solid waste disposal, and flood plain management are also administered by the department.

Staff

Mandi Anderson

Planning, Zoning, Drainage, and Natural Resources Officer Send an Email

Contact Information

Main Office

Address:
Lake County Zoning
200 E Center St
Madison SD 57042

Phone:
605-256-7610

Office Hours:
At this time, the Zoning Office is open and available to assist the public with services that must be done in person by appointment only.
Many services may be provided online, by e-mail, or over the phone, and we would continue to encourage the public to utilize these options.
Office staff may be working remotely on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays.
We respectfully request that you do not visit other county offices to conduct zoning business, as they will be unable to assist you.

Announcements

County Offices Closed
Wednesday, November 18, 2020

County offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020 and Friday, November 27, 2020 in observance of Thanksgiving.

PUBLIC SNOW REMOVAL NOTICE
Sunday, November 15, 2020

NOTICE: An individual who plows snow from a driveway onto a public road, or plows snow from a driveway across a public road piling it in the ditch, may be in violation of a SD law that prohibits dumping on or within highway right-of-ways. Intentional dumping on a highway right-of-way is a Class 1 misdemeanor. This may also be a violation of a SD law that prohibits the destruction of a highway grade or ditch, which is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

November - License Plate Renewal T/U/V/W/X/Y/Z
Sunday, November 1, 2020

Vehicle License plate renewal for vehicle owners with the FIRST letter in their LAST NAME that begins with T or U or V or W or X or Y or Z.

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