Soon after Indian Springs Village (the “Village”) was incorporated on October 16, 1990, the new Town Council passed its first Resolution, number 91-02-26-01 “General Purpose and Goals of Indian Springs Village”. This Resolution, which was far-reaching and visionary at the time,states that the purpose and goals of the town are as follows:
To preserve, protect and enhance the quality of life that the citizens of Indian Springs Village enjoy now and for generations to come;
To preserve, protect and enhance the peaceful and uncluttered atmosphere of our town, for now and for generations to come;
To preserve, protect and enhance the beauty and serenity and tranquility which is the very essence of Indian Springs Village, for now and for generations to come;
To protect the integrity of our community from random commercialization, piecemeal annexation and inconsistent spot zoning; and To preserve and protect the right of self determination for the Town of Indian Springs Village and for all of its citizens.
We must recognize that the Village will have both residential and commercial growth in the future, and we must plan for it. This Comprehensive Plan, while developed to create a roadmap of the Village’s future for the next 10 to 20 years, has at its core that first Resolution, which continues today to be the basis of the Town’s formation and direction.