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public comment period for the
Proposed Amendments to the
County Subdivision Regulations
Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP)
The Johnson County Commissioners adopted Resolution No. 651 on December 1, 2020, approving the Johnson County Natural Resource Management Plan.
Johnson County Socioeconomic Profile
Current Johnson County Subdivision Regulations
- Johnson County Subdivision Regulations Section 1 & 2
- Johnson County Subdivision Regulations – Section 3; Johnson County Road Standards; Superseded by Johnson County Road & Bridge Standards adopted August 25, 2008
- Johnson County Subdivision Regulations – Section 4; Construction and/or Maintenance of Individual Sewage Disposal Systems
- Johnson County Minor Subdivision Rules
Proposed Johnson County Subdivision Regulation Update
The county subdivision regulations are under amendment. At the present time, the county has two type of subdivision regulations (Major & Minor regulations). The Major Regulations were adopted in 1996 and amended by Resolutions 308, 322, 339, and 375. The Minor Regulations were adopted in 2001 and amended by Resolution 339. The proposed amendment will consolidate the regulations into one (1) document, eliminate duplication, and are being updated to reflect changes in the county and changes to the state law.
45-Day Public Comment Period begins June 10, 2021 and ends July 28, 2021. To review the draft, click the link draft Amended Subdivision Regulations as shown below.
Comments can be received through the end of the comment period.
Written Comments can be
- emailed to email@example.com
- mailed to 26 N DeSmet Ave. Buffalo, WY 82834
- or questions, please contact 307-684-1907
Two public hearings are scheduled near the end of the public comment period.
The first hearing will be on July 27, 2021 at 6 pm at the Red Wall Community Center in Kaycee.
The second hearing will be on July 28, 2021 at 6 pm at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.
Johnson County Road & Bridge Standards/Subdivision Road & Bridge Standards
Johnson County Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Adopted April 19, 2005
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Proposed Johnson County Zoning Regulations-March 11, 2014
Individual digital files comprising all of the chapters and sections of the proposed Johnson County Zoning Regulations are available for viewing, downloading or printing below. A PDF reader program is necessary to view the files.
Printed copies of the document will be available at the following locations in both Buffalo and Kaycee.
- Johnson County Planning Department, 26 N. DeSmet, Buffalo, WY
- Johnson County Public Library (reference copy only), 171 N. Adams, Buffalo, WY
- Kaycee Branch of Johnson County Public Library (reference copy only), 231 Ritter Avenue, Kaycee, WY
Disk (CD) copies are available at the Johnson County Planning Department Office, Johnson County Office Annex A, 26 N. DeSmet, Buffalo, WY.
Printed or CD copies will also be mailed upon request. Contact the Johnson County Planning Department by mail, by telephoning (307) 684-1907 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to request a mailed copy.
Electronic copies of the proposed zoning document below are not yet available, but will be available shortly. At that time, you can click on a link below to view, download or print that section of the Draft Johnson County Zoning Regulations:
- Cover Pages
- Letter of Certification from the Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commission
- Table of Contents
- Title Page and Abbreviations
- Part I – Introduction
- Part II – Zoning Districts Title Page & Quick Reference Table
- Part II – Zoning Districts and Overlays
- Part III – Supplementary Provisions
- Part IV – Administration
- Part V – Definitions
- Part VI – Appendices
- Part VI – Zoning Map
More detailed Draft Zoning maps are available in the Planning Department Office.