Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission

The Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission is located at 331 East Jackson Street. Under the direction of the Plan Director, the department handles building permits, inspections, commercial and residential developments, subdivision plats, signs and demo permits. The department also administers the Zoning Ordinances, Comprehensive Master Plan and provides floodplain information. The Plan Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Technical Advisory Committee meetings and agendas are prepared and distributed from this office.

The Town of Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission office hours are:

  • Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm
  • Physical Office Address: 331 East Jackson Street; Cicero, IN 46034
  • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 650; Cicero, IN 46034
  • Phone: (317) 984-5845
  • Fax: (317) 984-5938

Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission Staff

Plan Director
Frank Zawadzki
Plan Director
Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission Board President
Dan Strong
Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Commission Board President
Administrative Assistant
Jalana Judd
Administrative Assistant


These ordinances are intended to guide the growth and development of the Town and Township in accordance with the goals, objectives, and strategies stated within the Town of Cicero/Jackson Township Comprehensive Plan and for the following purpose:

  1. To secure adequate light, air, and convenience of access; and that safety from fire, flood, and other dangers;
  2. To promote the public health, safety, comfort, convenience, morals, and general welfare;
  3. To plan for the future development of the Town and Township to the end;
    1. That the community grows only with adequate public ways, utility, health, educational and recreational facilities;
    2. That the needs of agriculture, industry, and business be recognized in future growth;
    3. That residential areas provide healthful surroundings for family life;
    4. That the growth of the community is commensurate with and promotes the efficient and economical use of public funds; and
    5. That the community strive for high aesthetic value and quality planning and design.