Dubuque County Plans

Dubuque County Conservation

At the heart of this Master Plan is Dubuque County Conservation’s Vision of a park system that accomplishes four key strategic initiatives: Recreate, Protect, Educate, and Share. These four initiatives provide an over-arching framework for the plans for each park and trail within the county system.  They also offer a way to look at the overall strategy and recommendations for natural resource conservation across the entire system.

Dubuque County Emergency Management

The purpose of hazard mitigation is to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from hazards. Dubuque County and participating jurisdictions developed this multi-jurisdictional local hazard mitigation plan update to reduce future losses to the County and its communities as a result of hazard events. The plan was prepared pursuant to the requirements of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 and to achieve eligibility for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs.

Dubuque County Health

Every three to five years, local health boards, in partnership with health care providers and community partners, lead a community-wide discussion with residents, business owners, and community stakeholders regarding the public health issues of the community. This process, and the resulting CHNA&HIP report, is required by the Iowa Department of Public Health to receive funding from the State to fulfill the duties of the Dubuque County Board of Health.

Dubuque County Roads

Dubuque County Zoning

The Comprehensive Plan has sections on the following:

  • Future Land Use Development Map
  • Inventory and Assessment of Existing Land Use Conditions
  • Key Issues, Vision, Goals, Policies and Objectives
  • Population, Employment, and Future Land Use Needs

View Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Development Map (PDF).