Contact Info: Zoning

440.350.0904 FAX

M, W, Th, F: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm;
Tu: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Kathy Mitchell, Planning & Zoning Director/Zoning Inspector
440.354.7510 x106
kmitchell@concordtwp.com

Bruce Bullard, Assistant Zoning Inspector
440.354.7510 x105
bbullard@concordtwp.com

Services and Departments - Zoning

Zoning Department

Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tuesdays :  8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Zoning Office Fax Number: 440.350.0904

Kathy Mitchell, Planning & Zoning Director/Zoning Inspector  440.354.7510 x106
kmitchell@concordtwp.com

Bruce Bullard, Assistant Zoning Inspector  440.354.7510 x105
bbullard@concordtwp.com 

Claudia Hemphill, Zoning Office Assistant 440.354.7510 x121
hemphill@concordtwp.com

Meetings at Town Hall (Televised)

Zoning Commission meet the 1st Tuesday of every month at Town Hall at 7:00 p.m.

Board of Zoning Appeals meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month at Town Hall at 7:00 p.m.

 

Zoning is the regulation of the use, location, height, number and size of land, buildings or structures within a specified zone or area of the community.  Its purpose is to protect property values and preserve the desired character of the community, while providing for orderly growth and uniform development.  Since any zoning is a restriction upon unlimited use of land by the owner, it must have reasonableness to public health and safety.

Ohio authorized township zoning in 1947. Ohio law provides for the submission of a zoning plan to the electors of the Township and if it is adopted, contains provisions for the administration, enforcement and amendment of the zoning plan.  In 1955, the Concord Township Zoning Resolution was adopted.

The Zoning Inspector is appointed by the Board of Trustees for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the Zoning Resolution.

If you plan to build or remodel anything on your property, from a house to a fence in the backyard, you will need to first obtain a Zoning Permit at the Zoning Office.  Your plans and application will be reviewed to ensure they meet all applicable zoning requirements before a permit is issued. The Zoning Department also investigates complaints of possible zoning violations, ranging from construction without a valid zoning permit to the location of junk motor vehicles on property. 

For  information on the zoning requirements for dwellings, additions, accessory buildings/structures, permitted signage, variance or zoning amendment application procedures, and home occupations, please review our Information Sheets below by clicking on the corresponding link, OR scroll down to view all of the zoning regulations set forth in Concord's Zoning Resolution.

Recently added under Item 11 is the Application for Temporary Outdoor Storage Units.  Further information on this topic can be found in the Zoning Resolution under Sections 15.03G and 18.03G.

 Zoning Information Sheets

1. Accessory Buildings
2. Fences
3. Swimming Pools

4. Building Additions/Decks

5. Temp. Residential Signs
6. Single-Family Dwellings
7. Variance/Appeal Applications
8. Zoning Amendment Applications
9. Home Occupations

10. Accessory Structures

11. Application for Temporary Storage Units

See Tabs Below for access to complete Zoning Resolution, Zoning Map, Filing Deadlines and Planning Studies. 

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