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City/Town
Repealed
Fort Wayne Municipal Code, Title XV, Chapter 153.19, Ordinance G-1-12
Fort Wayne, IN
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2011, the Fort Wayne City Council adopted Ordinance G-1-12, granting projects that incorporate green building techniques, such as LEED certification, tax abatement benefits. Projects that earn 7-11 points are eligible for three years of tax abatement, and projects that earn 24-67 points are eligible for up to ten years of tax abatement.
City/Town
Elapsed
Indianapolis Green Building Incentive Program
Indianapolis, IN
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2010, the City of Indianapolis created the Green Building Incentive Program, granting new construction and major renovation projects rebates if they pursue green building techniques. Projects may receive a 30% rebate if their design incorporates three of the following categories: water quality/quantity, transportation, energy, materials, site, and/or innovative design. Projects may receive an additional 10% for each category achieved beyond the minimum, not to exceed a 50% rebate. The program's criteria is based off LEED, but does not require LEED registration or certification. A project that earns LEED certification will qualify for all or part of the rebate. The program has elapsed.
County
In effect
Saint Joseph County Code, Title III, Chapter 35.06, Ordinance 24-09
Saint Joseph County, IN
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2009, the Saint Joseph County Council adopted Ordinance 24-09, granting tax abatements for developments providing a public benefit. Buildings that earn LEED Silver certification will receive 50 public benefit points towards earning an add-on abatement from one to seven years.
City/Town
In effect
Bloomington Municipal Code, Chapter 2.29, Green Building Program, Ordinance 09-04
Bloomington, IN
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2009, the Bloomington City Council adopted Ordinance 09-04, requiring all construction and major renovations of occupied municipal buildings to earn LEED Silver certification. The ordinance also requires occupiable municipal existing building to earn LEED Silver for Existing Buildings certification by December 31, 2022. The ordinance stipulates that the city shall strive for LEED Gold or Platinum certifications, where project resources and conditions permit.
State
In effect
Energy Efficient State Building Initiative, Executive Order 08-14
IN
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2008, the Governor of Indiana issued Executive Order 08-14, requiring all new state buildings to earn LEED Silver certification, or a state-approved equivalent standard. The EO also requires all renovations of state buildings to follow LEED guidelines, or the guidelines of a state-approved alternative certification.