The Lincoln County Planning Board was originally appointed by the County Commissioners in March 2006 with two (2) year terms that are renewable. The Board meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month for a public Board Meeting, as long as there is an agenda.
The Board, working directly with the Planning Department, has the responsibility of administering and updating the Lincoln County Growth Policy, Subdivision Regulations and other County regulations, policies and ordinances as directed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners.
Additionally, the Lincoln County Planning Board reviews and makes recommendations to the Board of Commissioners on all major subdivision applications.
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Planning Board members have the responsibility of reviewing land use developments, updating the Lincoln County Growth Policy, the Subdivision Regulations and other county regulations, policies and ordinances as directed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners. The Planning Department is responsible for preparing all documents regarding land development in Lincoln County, including reviewing and making recommendations on many land development applications.
The Planning Board meets once a month unless there is nothing to review. Planning Board members typically serve a 2-year term.
Links for Applicants & Members
If you are interested in being on the Lincoln County Planning Board, you can start the application process by reading the Member Handbook and filling out the online application form and turning it in to the Planning Department located at the Coutyhouse in Libby..