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To acquire official city documents one will need to visit city hall in order to receive the most up to date and complete versions. Please contact the Planning Department at 520-5271.
To find out what zone your residence or business is in call the Planning Department at 520-5271 or view the Online Zoning Map.
An application must be filed with the Planning Department. The rezoning of property must be reviewed by the Cookeville Planning Commission and adopted by the City Council. Contact the Planning Department at 520-5271.
The Cookeville 2030 Plan presents goals, objectives, and policies for the future development of the city and its Urban Growth Boundary.
The Urban Growth Boundary is an area outside the City Limits approved for urban development in which the city may annex. This boundary was approved as part of the Putnam County Growth Plan. For more information, please contact the Planning Department at 520-5271.
Review your location on the {cms_selflink page=’105′ text=’Urban Growth Boundary Map’} or call the Planning Department at 520-5271.
No, there is no zoning in the unincorporated portions of Putnam County.
Please contact the Cookeville Planning Department at 520-5271.
The division of any property in the City of Cookeville must be done in compliance with the {cms_selflink page=’87’ text=’Cookeville Subdivision Regulations’}. Contact the Planning Department at 520-5271.
A geographic information system is geographic data model used for the representation of real world objects and information enabling a person to produce maps, perform interactive queries, and analyze information.
Maps of the City Streets, Zoning, Land Use, and Urban Growth Boundary are available. Other Maps are also available upon requests. Please refer to the GIS Division on the menu to the left.
Urban Growth Boundary, Zoning, and other maps may be viewed on this website. An interactive map of the City is also available. Please refer to the interactive map or the downloads sections. Also specific maps may be found in their respective areas.
The GIS Division of the Planning Department has data with respect to the City of Cookeville and the surrounding area. This information includes aerial photography, contours, structures, roads, and much more. Please visit the GIS section of this website by choosing the link to the left.
All information on this website is free of charge unless otherwise noted.
The city charges for its information for a couple of reasons. The city pays a great amount of money for the data and these fees help the city to recoup the costs of the data and the supplies that are required when making maps and data.
Please contact the Planning and Codes Website Administrator for needs in the Planning and Codes sections. Please email the Main Website Administrator for other sections of the City and its respective pages.
Please contact the Planning and Codes Website Administrator for needs in the Planning and Codes sections. Please email the Main Website Administrator for other sections of the City and its respective pages.
If you can not find what your looking for either on the website or in this FAQ. You may try clicking the Whom to Call link on the menu to the left. It may have information with respect to whom one may need to contact. You may also always try visiting City Hall at 45 E. Broad Street or calling The City of Cookeville Information Desk at 520-9591.