Humidity: 37%

Wind: 7 mph

  • 30 Mar 2015

    Partly Cloudy 58°F 43°F

  • 31 Mar 2015

    Sunny 71°F 40°F

Important Information!
Effective October 01, 2012 Kentucky mandated new Energy Standards that must be complied with due to a mandate from Federal Government.  The attached web site provides a very nice tutorial for builders and contractors to better understand the implications of these requirements. Visit Kentucky Energy Training for more information

The Madison County Planning and Development Commission (et al) is composed of several entities (administrative official and staff, the development review team, the planning commission, and the board of adjustments), whose collective goal is to assure the well being of its citizens and ensure proper planning for the growth of Madison County.

The schedule for the approval of plats follows a 30 day cycle. The beginning of the cycle is the last Wednesday of each month with the Development Review Team meeting, the second phase is the Planning Commission work session on the first Tuesday of each month, and the third phase is the Planning Commission business session, and the third Tuesday of each month. Each will be discussed to explain its purpose and goal.


Our Address:
101 W Main Street
Richmond, KY, USA 40475
Hours of Operation:
Mon. to Fri. 8am to 4pm
(T) 859.624.4700
(F) 859.624.9140


County Information

Madison County is one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky. It is rich in heritage and history. The County is unique in that it has two townships, Richmond and Berea. The County sits next to Fayette County with the Kentucky River as its border and is minutes away from Lexington. Madison County is a blend of urban, suburban and rural environments. It is a rapidly growing county enjoying both residential and industrial growth. As a tourist site, the County offers many attractions.

Area: 443 sq miles
Founded: 1786
Population: 84,786 (2012)
County Seat: Richmond, Kentucky