The Fairfield County Regional
Planning Commission (RPC) is responsible for overseeing and coordinating development
in Fairfield County. The Commission's membership is comprised of representatives
from townships, cities, villages, agencies, and citizens of Fairfield County.
The Commission holds regular meetings the first Tuesday of each month. The
office of Regional Planning is responsible for performing the administrative
functions of the RPC. The links to the left provide access to a variety of
information that is provided to the public by our office on a daily basis. We
hope this site will aid you in learning about the activities performed by the
Regional Planning Commission and the importance of planning in our community.
The Regional Planning Commission office is located in
Room 302 of the Fairfield County Courthouse,
210 East Main Street, Lancaster, OH 43130
Office Hours: Mon-Fri; 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Contact us at:
(740) 652-7110 (phone)
(740) 681-4713 (fax)
NEW!: June RPC
Meeting packet can be found
NEW! Regional Planning
Fairfield County's Analysis of
Impediments to Fair Housing
Fairfield County Agricultural Economic Development Plan
(As Adopted by the Fairfield County Commissioners)
US Census Bureau 2010 population for Fairfield County
Updated FEMA floodplain maps are now official
and can be viewed online
or at the RPC offices during regular business hours.
Fairfield County Active Transportation and Open Space Plan click
2012 RPC Annual Report click
Holly Mattei, AICP; Executive Director
Gail Beck, Administrative Assistant
James Mako, Senior Planner
Please contact the Regional Planning Commission
questions or comments concerning this site.
Disclaimer: The information included
on this website is believed to be accurate, but is not guaranteed. This site may
be changed or updated without notice. The Fairfield County Regional Planning
Commission is not liable for errors or omissions