Wayne Township Zoning
Zoning is the regulation of the use of land and buildings that permit a community to control development. It provides for orderly growth by protecting homes and property from harmful use on neighboring properties. Once the electors of a township approve the adoption of a Zoning Resolution, the administration and enforcement becomes the responsibility of the Board of Trustees.
The Zoning Inspector is your contact, and first call, as you plan to add or replace, fences, decks and buildings on your property.
While surrounding townships are experiencing a face pace of growth, a Wayne Township residents enjoy rural and scenic qualities that exist in the township. In order to maintain this character and quality of life, great emphasis is placed on preserving and promoting the existing character of the township. To that end, the Zoning Commission is tasked with the responsibility to recommend text updates for the Zoning Resolution to the Board of Trustees of Wayne Township. Our Growth Management Plan, a land use plan, is basically an outline of where growth and development can continue to happen while we preserve our character.
The Board of Trustees of Wayne Township is accepting applications from residents to serve on the Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals. Current members serve five (5) year terms.
Wayne Township Zoning Department is available via email, phone and office visits.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING ZONING ISSUES, PLEASE CONTACT AL CARRIER BY SUBMITTING THE FORM BELOW, E-MAIL AT ALCARRIER@WAYNE-TOWNSHIP.ORG OR BY CALLING (513) 617-9245.
The Zoning Office is located at 794 Wright Street, in Newtonsville.
CONTACT THE ZONING DEPARTMENT WITH GENERAL QUESTIONS BY SUBMITTING THIS FORM. YOU CAN ALSO ATTACH DOCUMENTS TO YOUR MESSAGE.