The Fremont Board of Zoning Appeals consists of 5 members appointed to 4 year terms by the Fremont Town Council. The composition of the Board is politically sensitive and has one member from outside the town limits to represent citizens within the 2 mile zoning jurisdiction. The Board of Zoning Appeals reviews request for variances to developmental setbacks and special exceptions from the Town of Fremont Zoning Ordinance. Meetings are held as necessary as requests are made.
Barry Wilcox – President
Ray Lauer – Vice-president
Town of Fremont, IN Zoning Jurisdiction Map
205 N. Tolford Street
P.O. Box 602
Fremont, IN 46737
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fridays 8:00a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Zoning$25.00Fence$25.00Road Cut$35.00Road Bond(refundable after passes Inspection)$500.00Side WalkFree
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The Fremont Plan Commission consists of 9 members appointed for 4 year terms by the Fremont Town Council. The composition of the Plan Commission is politically sensitive with a representative number of members from each political party. 2 members of the Plan Commission live outside the Town limits representing citizens within the Town’s two mile zoning jurisdiction. The Fremont Plan Commission has 4 regularly scheduled meetings per year in January, April, July, and October. The meetings are normally on the first Tuesday of these months unless a holiday is involved. The meetings are held at 7 pm at the Fremont Town Hall, 205 N. Tolford Street, Fremont, IN 46737. The Fremont Town Manager serves as the Zoning Administrator. The Town of Fremont issues Improvement Location Permits from its Zoning Administrator. The Town of Fremont contracts with Steuben County government to provide for the issuance of building permits and for follow up inspections. Permits are required for signs, fences, sidewalks, and road cuts from the Town of Fremont.
Plan Commission Members:
Jonathon Brown – President
Glenn Wells – Vice President
Kathy Parsons – Secretary
Sue Ellen Crandall