Board of Zoning Appeals
- 5:30 p.m.
- 1st Wednesday of the month (if applications are received)
- City Council Chambers
The Board of Zoning Appeals reviews and makes decisions on variance applications from property owners requesting to vary the zoning code (setbacks, height, etc.). The Board also reviews decision appeals if an applicant disagrees with the Development Code Administrator’s determination regarding a variance request.
The Planning Division requires that all applicants schedule a pre-application meeting with a staff member prior to submitting an application to any Board/Commission.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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The Board of Zoning Appeals was established by Codified Ordinance. The ordinance states the Board of Zoning Appeals shall be composed of seven members as follows: one member of City Planning Commission, one an attorney, one a registered architect or builder, and one person engaged in the real estate business. The term shall be for five years, except the City Planning Commissioner’s term shall expire at the same time as his City Planning Commission term.
About the Board
The Board of Appeals shall have the powers to:
- Hear and decide appeals as set forth in Ordinance O2011-30
- To review and approve rules and regulations prepared by the Chief Building Official concerning the interpretation and application of Part Fourteen of the Codified Ordinances
- Oversee the administration and examination for licenses to be issued pursuant to Chapters 1416, 1422, 1428 and 1430 of the Codified Ordinances
- To conduct hearings regarding the denial, suspension or revocation of licenses issued in accordance with the City's Codified Ordinances
The City of Middletown necessarily maintains an extensive zoning code in order to effectively manage the development of the city and to fully utilize the city’s resources for the residents. Residents are well served by zoning that addresses the needs of the community as well as helps to facilitate economic development. However, the zoning code as written cannot fully address every situation that may come up during times of robust expansion. The Board of Zoning Appeals addresses the needs of the community that may require
|Name||Address||Zip Code||Term Expires|
|01 Kash, David||105 Eaton Drive||45044||2024|
|02 Ward, Dan||618 Cambridge Drive||45042||2022|
|03 Moore, Todd||1808 Schirm Drive||45042||2021|
|04 Amburgey, Christopher||813 Vancouver||45044||2020|
|05 Heidenreich, Jerry||4375 Burnham Woods Drive||45005||2020|
|06 Daniel, Roger||301 S. Main Street||45044||2021|
|07 Hall, Jim||3113 Bexley Drive||45042||2024|
|Combs, Ashley||One Donham Plaza||45042||Staff Liaison|