Land Development Regulations (Adopted 2020)

Planning & Zoning Information

Comprehensive Planning Interactive Mapping Land Development Regulations
The Village of Indiantown adopted its Comprehensive Plan in 2019.  The Plan includes several Elements, including Future Land Use, Transportation, and Housing. Explore the Plan for details here. Explore the Village’s Zoning, Future Land Use, and other points of interest in Indiantown. You may enter a specific address or select a property using your mouse here. Indiantown's Land Development Regulations (LDR) were adopted in 2020.  Peruse the LDR to gain insight about the Village's zoning, landscaping, and subdivision processes and requirements here.

Frequently asked questions

1. What is zoning?

Zoning is a designation assigned to your property that regulates how that property is allowed to be developed and used. Zoning districts specify the areas in which residential, commercial, industrial, recreational or commercial activities may take place.

2. How can I find allowable uses, setbacks, height and parking requirements?

Find information about setbacks and height in Chapter 3 at the following tables:

3. Where can I find parking information and requirements?

Parking information and requirements can be found in Section 3-4.11. Titled Parking, Loading and Driveways.

4. Where can I find information on allowable uses?

Information on allowable uses can be found in Section 3-3.1. Table 14, titled Permitted Uses.

For Other Zoning-Related Questions

Please contact the Village's Interim Community and Economic Development Director at:

  • E-Mail: dfreeman [at]
  • Phone: 772-597-8269

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