Zoning Boards & Public Hearings
Board of Zoning Appeals
The Board of Zoning Appeals is resident composed board that hears, deliberates, and reaches decisions upon requests for variances and conditional uses. The BZA also hears zoning appeals made for any decision by Township in enforcing the Zoning Resolution.
The Zoning Commission is a resident composed board that hears proposals for amendments to the Zoning Resolution, development plans, and rezonings. The ZC decides whether or not to recommend proposed amendments to the Perry Township Board of Trustees.
The Perry Township Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on December 13, at 6:30 PM, at the Perry Township Hall, 7125 Sawmill Rd, Dublin, OH 43016, to consider Variance Case# 23-VAR-0005, submitted by Timothy Beretich and property owners Shawnda N. and Jacklyn R. Martin, for the property located at 6649 McVey Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 43235. The application seeks a variance to allow the installation of a pool that exceeds the maximum cumulative area for accessory uses/structures permitted per Perry Township Zoning Resolution Section 512.01(3).
A copy of the application is available below for public viewing.
Due to the size of the current board room, please be advised that available seating in the Township Hall meeting room is limited. As such, seating will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Therefore, we strongly recommend that township residents and the general public view or participate in scheduled meetings virtually or by phone. To view the meeting please go to the Perry Township YouTube Stream: https://www.youtube.com/@PerryTownshipFranklinCounty
Residents who wish to provide testimony at the hearing should email Township Administrator Beth Beatty at email@example.com or call 614-889-2669 no later than Noon on Monday, October 10th. You are welcome to email or call with any questions at any time. Please be advised that office hours are weekdays Monday-Friday between 9 AM and 4 PM.
We understand that people can be angry when they feel that matters about which they feel strongly are not being dealt with as they wish. However, we consider it unacceptable when that anger escalates into aggression or abuse towards our staff or residents. Aggressive or abusive behavior includes language that may cause staff to feel afraid or threatened, derogatory remarks and offensive language. We also consider inflammatory statements, remarks of a discriminatory nature and unsubstantiated allegations to be abusive behavior. The Perry Township Police Department may be notified of aggressive or abusive behavior per ORC § 2917.11(A)(2); this will always be the case if physical violence is used or threatened.