Comprehensive Plan/UDO

Town of Brownsburg Comprehensive Plan

The 2019 Town of Brownsburg Comprehensive Plan (PDF) is a tool that serves as the official policy guide for the town's physical growth. The document examines the whole community as it is at a point in time and looks to the desired future state. 

Revised Comprehensive Plan Sections

Revisions to the Land Use and Development Plan section of the Comprehensive Plan, including the Future Land Use Map, were adopted in September 2021. Please use the following links when referencing this portion of the Comprehensive Plan.

2021 Future Land Use Map (PDF)

2021 Land Use and Development Plan Section (PDF)

Town of Brownsburg Unified Development Ordinance (UDO)

The Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) (PDF) governs land use and development throughout the Town of Brownsburg. It is the the primary source of land use regulations, including zoning and subdivision control ordinances. The UDO is drafted based on guidance from the adopted Comprehensive Plan.

Revised UDO Text Changes and PMO District

Make sure to also reference the UDO Text Changes and PMO District links below as applicable to your project. Please contact staff if you have additional questions about any development standards or applicable requirements.

UDO Text Changes Ordinance 2021 (PDF) – Including revisions to the M2 District, I1 District, I2 District, PMO District, Article 9: Development Plan, and definitions

UDO Text Changes Ordinance 2017 (PDF)

Pedestrian-Oriented Mixed-Use Overlay (PMO) District (PDF)

Share Your Thoughts on the Unified Development Ordinance

Development Services is working on updates to the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). This ordinance sets out the details of how property can be developed within the Town of Brownsburg including regulations on structure height and size, landscaping type and quantity, and parking space numbers and size, among other items.

This is an initial survey to help prioritize some topics that have been discussed over the last year and gain some insight on what is important to you for housing and business around Brownsburg. You can take the survey from now until August 15.