Zoning Permit Application
BZA Variance & Conditional Use Permit Application
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Zoning is designed to protect the health, safety and, welfare of those living in a community. Most zoning regulations are a matter of common sense, and help to make sure that people use their property in such a way that it is not detrimental to those living in the same area, or to the community as a whole.
Almost all construction, from fences and decks to homes and businesses, requires a zoning permit. A complete copy of the zoning code can either be downloaded from this site or purchased for a nominal fee at the zoning office.
In addition to the Zoning Inspector, Coventry Township has two appointed boards who deal with zoning related issues. The Zoning Commission holds meetings and public hearings for all changes to the Zoning Resolution. The Board of Zoning Appeals may grant variances for the zoning code after a public hearing is held. All adjacent property owners are notified if a request for a variance is made, and have the opportunity to state their opinions or concerns at the public hearing.
CURRENT ZONING APPEALS INFORMATION
NOVEMBER 8 , 2016 - 7:00 p.m.
(AT THE COVENTRY SENIOR CENTER)
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Click on the links below for individual hearing information
2016-13 - Keith Calvert - 3336 Waterside Dr.
Requesting a sideline setback variance to renovate an existing single family dwelling and add an attached garage with a second story above.
2016-14 - Scott DuFore - 1127 Lockwood Rd.
Requesting additional garage floor space for a detached garage.
2016-15 - Donald Morefield, Jr. - 3593 Portage Point Blvd.
Requesting sideline, front and rear setback variances for a new single family dwelling.
Door to Door Solicitation and Parking Lot Sales No Longer Permitted in Coventry
Due to a large number of complaints by residents and business owners the Coventry Township Zoning Commission and Board of Trustees recently adopted regulations which no longer permit sales or soliciting orders by going “door to door” in neighborhoods and or “Transient Vendors” from setting up in parking lots and selling products.
Please contact the Zoning Office or the Summit County Sheriff if a door to door vendor comes through your neighborhood.
Groups operating under Non Profit Status are permitted to conduct door to door solicitations, but must register at the Zoning Office.
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