Land Development Code

The Land Development Code (LDC) is a regulatory document that has been created to implement the goals and objectives within the Cornerstone 2020 Comprehensive Plan. The Land Development Code, adopted in 2003 with major revisions in 2004 and 2006, contains several requirements related to zoning, form districts, land use, building & site design, transportation, landscaping and signage. 

1st through 4th class cities in Kentucky have their own zoning authority, meaning they can choose which versions or sections of the LDC to adopt. Louisville-Jefferson County has 12 such cities, including Louisville Metro. The LDC in effect for each jurisdiction can be found below with any revisions or amendments that have been made and that are in effect in that specific jurisdiction. 

LAND DEVELOPMENT CODES (By Jurisdiction)
Louisville Metro

Maps and other informaiton  

Local municipalities with Zoning Authority
 

Jurisdiction Land Development Code,
Amendments and Revisions
Anchorage Development Code
Douglass Hills Land Development Code--March 2003
Graymoor-Devondale                 Land Development Code--August 2009
Hurstbourne Land Development Code--May 2011
Indian Hills Development Code--January 2010
Jeffersontown Land Development Code--September 2015
Lyndon Land Development Code--December 2015
Middletown Land Development Code--June 2014 
Prospect Land Development Code--December 2012
Shively Land Development Code--June 2008
St. Matthews Development Code
     •  Revisions to Chapter 9: Parking and Loading Standards
     •  Amendment to Ordinance 91-12, Section D(4)   
     •  Article 11 Sign Ordinance 
St. Regis Park Land Development Code--December 2009