Next RPC Meeting:
Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
Wilmington Municipal Building, Community Room
69 N. South Street, Wilmington, OH 45177
Deadline for Applications for the April Agenda: Tuesday, March 27th
The Clinton County Regional Planning Commission strives to be an agent of regional cooperation and a guardian for the future and efficient utilization of resources. Serving Clinton County for over 45 years, the Commission is the most diverse in the County and charged with the “physical, social and economic development” of the Clinton County area.
Our plans and programs have been highlighted by, received funding or awarded honors from such diverse organizations as: USDA, US EDA, US Senate Agriculture Committee, Pop!Tech, VH1 Do Something, Pepsi, Toyota, National Audubon Society, JP Morgan Chase, The New York Times, The Economist, Cincinnati Magazine, National Public Radio, Fox News, Glenn Beck, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Institute for the Future, MSNBC, The National Journal, and Atlantic Cities.
We were acknowledged as a 2012 Finalist for Best Innovation from the Ohio Economic Development Association and received a 2013 National Planning Achievement Award from the American Planning Association.
Our Commission is composed of 20 voting Planning Commissioners representing the County, City and Villages- along with many ExOfficio Members representing businesses, community groups, environmental organizations, and civic associations. The CCRPC meets regularly on the 3rd Tuesday of most months at 7pm. Our meeting dates, times, and locations will always be posted at the top of this page.
Who is the Clinton County Regional Planning Commission? Learn more about our planning commissioners, staff, consultants and exofficio members.
Why Clinton County, Ohio? Learn more about our home, at the heart of the golden triangle between Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus in Southwest Ohio.
How do we build a foundation for development? Learn more about our award winning physical, economic and social development and planning efforts.
What We Do!
- We coordinate an innovative young professional development program called Clinton County Fellows
- We founded and manage, along with the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce and local business owners, the Clinton County Buy Local First effort
- We collaborate with Energize Clinton County, a nonprofit focused on local economic development
- We helped create a first-ever suite of partnered local young professional homesteading incentives called Wilmington Succeeds
- We support capacity and stewardship of various environmental efforts across the County through the Clinton County Green Alliance
What Is Planning?
The term “planning” may have many different connotations; but urban and regional planning is about setting future foundations to improve quality of life and the development choices that impact the social, economic and physical development of a place.
To improve quality of life, we know that the planning process must deliver vision- an understanding of community wants and needs and providing tools to local leaders to attain them.
What About Zoning?
Questions concerning zoning determinations and administration may be directed to our Building & Zoning Department at 937-382-3335. Any official determination of zoning applicability must be made by our Zoning Inspector.
Interested in changing the zoning of your property in the unincorporated areas of Clinton County? Our Commission is your first stop- contact our staff and file our application for Zoning Change Recommendation.
Where to find Property/Parcel Information & Mapping Resources?
Clinton County boasts an extensive Geographic Information System (GIS) with many informative maps and resources, www.clintoncountyohgis.org or contact our GIS Manager at 937-382-0035.
Want to know more about our Economic and Business Development Resources?
The Wilmington Clinton County Chamber of Commerce hosts our comprehensive economic development website www.wccchamber.com which details economic development, workforce and business development efforts locally, contact the Chamber at 937-382-2767.