Community Development

The Community Development Department includes:
  • Building Inspections
  • Codes Enforcement
  • Geographic Information Services (GIS)
  • Planning

Community Development Office


The Community Development Office offers assistance to home owners, realtors, and developers seeking information about:
  • Applications
  • Complaints about property maintenance
  • Flood Maps
  • Future land use plans
  • Garage Sale Permits (Development Services front desk)
  • Home Occupation Permits
  • Regulations
  • Signs
  • Utilities
  • Zoning

Building Inspections

& Code Enforcement Division


The Building Inspections and Code Enforcement Division focuses on assisting with:
  • Advice
  • Certificates of Occupancy
  • Code Enforcement, such as:
    • Abandoned vehicles
    • Building demolition functions
    • Grass
    • Weeds
    • Zoning enforcement
  • Development inspections
  • Garage Sale Permits
  • Home Occupation Permits
  • Plans review

Geographic Information System


The City Of Ardmore's Geographic Information System is a computerized mapping program that is capable of graphic displays of all information related to property. Mapping of city utilities for example is important to developers and property owners as well as city staff.

As new layers of information are completed they will be publicly available. Visit Ardmore’s GIS website for more information.

Planning Division


The Planning Division is responsible for:
  • Preparing the comprehensive plan
  • Processing subdivision platforms
  • Rezoning and conditional use applications
  • Reviewing plans for site development
  • Assisting property owners and developers comply with codes