Businesses that are starting up, relocating or expanding should also check with their local city and county clerk to determine if either municipality requires any licenses/permits/zoning requirements.
Even if you're starting a home-based business, the city or county clerk's office should be contacted to determine what local licenses and zoning requirements are needed. Be sure to ask about fees and any specific requirements that might affect the proposed business.
Miami County and its communities welcome builders interested in constructing on a single lot or those looking to complete a subdivision. Several of the communities have incentives to assist with residential development.
Residential Developer Resources:
Rural Living - A Guide to Building Your Home in Miami County is a compilation of information and suggested considerations for persons considering Miami County for their new home. It does not replace official direction provided directly from the sources listed, and information should always be verified before an investment is made. The information is focused on persons looking at new home sites outside of the jurisdiction of our cities – Fontana, Louisburg, Osawatomie Paola and Spring Hill.