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The Planning Partnership is a collaborative initiative of the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission. The Partnership - open to all political jurisdictions in the county and to affiliate members in the public, private and civic sectors - is an advisory board that works to harness the collective energy and vision of its members to effectively plan for the future of our county. Rather than engaging in the Planning Commission's short-range functions such as zoning reviews, the Planning Partnership takes a long-range, comprehensive approach to planning, working to build a community that works for families, for businesses and for the region. The Partnership firmly believes that collaboration is the key to a positive, competitive and successful future for Hamilton County.
By-Laws [ PDF ]
To bring together public, private and civic sector organization engaged in community planning in Hamilton County so that mutual goals related to physical, economic and social issues can be planned for comprehensively and achieved collaboratively.
All governments and planning commissions in Hamilton County:
The "Resolution of Cooperation" approved in 2000 by political jurisdictions and planning commissions in Hamilton County reestablished and modified the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission and established the Planning Partnership.
This agreement, among other things, improves the Regional Planning Commission structure to enable greater focus on long range planning responsibilities as well as effective stakeholder involvement while sustaining its current or short range planning services in subdivision, zoning, address assignment and other development review services.
The Resolution of Cooperation [ PDF ]