Comprehensive Plan Stakeholder Comments

2018 Comp Plan Update | Planning and Building

In order to collect more technical expertise that would be used in the development of The Comprehensive Plan Update, the project team established stakeholder groups that could provide that specific information. Some of these groups included; Public Safety, Schools, Utility Companies, Philanthropic Groups, and many more. Two days worth of meetings were held so that the project team could meet with as many of these stakeholder groups as possible. The information collected in these meetings will help the project team to better “fine tune” the goals and action steps that will form the updated Comprehensive Plan.

Notes that outline the discussions at the stakeholder meetings can be found on the project website.

Grand Opening for Newest Industrial Partner, NSCI

Economic Development | Press Release

Photo Above: Then Governor Mike Pence, joins executive from NSCI for the groundbreaking of their Shelbyville Facility. Source H2O Designs/Rachael Ackley

MEDIA ADVISORY – July 17, 2018

Governor Holcomb to Celebrate New Manufacturing Facility in Shelbyville
Governor Eric J. Holcomb will join local officials and executives from Nippon Steel & Sumikin Cold Heading Wire Indiana Inc. (NSCI) at 10 a.m. tomorrow to commemorate the company’s grand opening in Shelby County. Plant tours will be available to guests and media following the ceremony at 10:50 a.m.

NSCI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japan’s largest steel producer, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (NSSMC). In 2016, NSSMC announced plans to establish NSCI in Shelbyville, investing $50 million to construct and equip a 150,000-square-foot cold heading steel wire plant. The new facility is expected to create up to 70 new jobs by 2021, and the company has already hired 37 full-time associates in Indiana.

The company marks NSSMC’s sixth investment in Indiana, joining Indiana Precision Forge, Seymour Tubing Inc., IN/Tek and IN/Kote in New Carlisle, and Suzuki Garphyttan in South Bend. Indiana is home to more than 290 Japanese business establishments like NSCI that support more than 65,000 Hoosier jobs, and that figure continues to grow. During the last five years, the number of Hoosiers employed by Japanese companies increased by more than 40 percent, according to the Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago.

Plan Commission Meeting Location Change

Planning and Building


Due to the expected attendance at the July 23rd, 2018 City of Shelbyville Plan Commission meeting, the meeting location has been moved to Breck Auditorium at Shelbyville High School, 2003 West McKay Road, Shelbyville, IN 46176. The meeting is scheduled to start at the same time as previously stated; Pre-meeting at 6:30 pm and the Regular Meeting at 7:00 pm.


The agenda for this meeting is as follows:

  • The Plan Commission will conduct a pre-meeting – 6:30 p.m.
  • Call to Order: 7:00 p.m.
  • Roll Call
  • Approval of Minutes
    • June 25th, 2018
  • Old Business
    • PC 2018-08: 215 E Broadway Street, Site Development Plan
      • A petition for site development plan approval to redevelop the former Bonded Oil at 215 E Broadway Street
    • PC 2018-09: POET Ethanol Bio-Refinery, Site Development Plan
      • A petition for site development plan approval for a new ethanol bio-refinery at 2373 W 300 North
  • New Business
    • None
  • Discussion
    • None
  • Adjournment