About the Kenton County Planning Commission
The Kenton County Planning Commission (KCPC) is made up of 20 citizen members appointed by the county judge/executive and mayors. Together they represent the unique needs of each jurisdiction in Kenton County and play a critical role in deciding how land is used and developed throughout the county. Each planning commissioner is appointed to staggered, four-year terms by their respective jurisdiction or by the planning commission itself. The planning commission is charged with the responsibilities assigned in Chapter 100 of the Kentucky Revised Statues (KRS). These responsibilities include the adoption of a comprehensive plan and the review of proposed zoning changes, development plans, the subdivision of land, construction of cellular towers, and provisions for public facilities.