City Development Process

The City of Gardner requires property for proposed developments to be annexed into the City before accessing City utility services or beginning the zoning and development review process. Unique land uses typically are approved through the Special Use Permit or Conditional Use Permit process. All properties within the City carry zoning district classifications that govern the use and development of the land. For questions about development guidelines, including site plans and platting, property owners and developers can call Community Relations at 913-856-0913, or click here to be directed to the City’s development page. Click here for a PDF overview of the City of Gardner’s commercial development process.

New Century AirCenter (IXD) is located in southwestern Johnson County, Kansas and operates under the land use policies, codes and regulations of unincorporated Johnson County. Click here for the business park’s development plan. Developers and site selectors interested in leasing space or building a commercial facility at New Century AirCenter may contact Greg Martinette 913-489-3990 or by email. Click here for more information on development opportunities at the AirCenter.

The City of Spring Hill has a diverse economy with employment represented in each sector and a growing labor force to support its economic development. Developers and property owners can call the Spring Hill City Administrator at (913) 592-3664 with questions, concerns or to request information on the development process, or they can click here to be directed to the City’s development page, which includes forms and guidelines for annexation, conditional use permit, planning and zoning, rezoning and site planning, as well as fee schedules, and forms relating to maintenance, performance and statutory bonds. For a document detailing Spring Hill’s 2015-2016 development deadlines, click here.