BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS / PLANNING COMMISSION / URBAN TREE COMMISSION
The Board of Zoning Appeals helps with the administration of the Zoning Ordinance, and in particular to decide and interpret provisions which require impartial adjustments of conflicting interests and to grant variances from the strict letter of the Zoning Ordinance in instances of unnecessary hardship.
The Zoning Ordinance is available for review at the Mt. Healthy city building, 7700 Perry St. The “BZA” meets the third Wednesday of the month in the city building at 7:00PM (as needed).
Please call 931-8840 for more information.
The Planning Commission is established to make plans and zoning maps of the whole of the municipal corporation which, in the opinion of the commission, is related to the planning of the Municipal Corporation, and make changes in such maps when it deems it advisable. The Planning Commission shall review all new developments for compliance with the adopted plans as they relate to for water, light, sanitation, transportation, communication, power, and other purposes; and the removal, relocation, widening, narrowing, vacating, abandonment, change of use of or extension of such public ways.
The Planning Commission typically meets on the third Monday of each month in the city building at 4:30PM (as needed). Please call 931-8840 for more information.
The Mt. Healthy Urban Tree Commission began as a group of citizens who wanted to see more trees planted in this community. In 2011, the Mt. Healthy City Council passed an ordinance officially establishing the Commission for the purpose of making recommendations and disseminating information on the planting and care of trees in the city.
The Commission offers assistance with tree selection and care, as well as advice on what to do about tree problems. The goal is to aid both the city and private homeowners in putting more trees into our landscape.
Meetings are the Second Monday of each month from 6:30 to 7:30. The location varies. For those interested in attending, please call 377-1976 for the most current information.
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