Nance County adopted zoning regulations in 1999 with the goal of ensuring the health, safety, order, and general welfare of the county. Regulations mitigate damage and injury from fire and flood; they lessen congestion on the county’s roads; they prevent the overcrowding of lands; they facilitate in the adequate provision of services like utilities, schools, and parks; and the list goes on. Nance County’s Zoning Regulations, formulated in conjunction with Nance County’s Comprehensive Development Plan, prepare us for a prosperous future by establishing standards for deliberate and sustainable growth and development.
This website relates to zoning for rural Nance County. For information on zoning in the city of Fullerton and within Fullerton’s 1-mile extraterritorial jurisdiction, contact the city administrator at 308-536-2428. For information on zoning in the city of Genoa and within Genoa's 1-mile extraterritorial jurisdiction, contact the city administrator at 402-993-2330. The village of Belgrade does not have a zoning ordinance.
Regulations and Forms
Nance County’s various zoning regulations, procedures, and bylaws are available online, along with all the associated permit applications and forms. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please contact the Zoning Administrator by email or at 308-536-2902.
The Nance County Planning & Zoning Commission meets on the third Monday of the month when there is business to conduct. A current agenda and archived meeting minutes are available online. To get information about or to be added to the agenda for the next scheduled meeting, please contact the Zoning Administrator by email or at 308-536-2902.
Planning & Zoning Commission
Mary Baldridge - Zoning and Floodplain Administrator
Chuck Delancey - Chairman
John Cieloha - Vice Chairman
Board of Adjustment
Bob Konwinski - Chairman
Dale Lassek - Vice Chairman
Natalie Sharman - Alternate