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2020 State of the Planning Commission Report


Request for Interpreter Service for Public Hearings


A General Public Hearing will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, in the Board of the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, 5th Floor, County Administration Building, 160 High Street, N.W., Warren, Ohio, or call in to 1-877-820-7831 – access code 778342 to present the amendments to the public for review and comments, and to address the public’s concerns and answer questions concerning the proposed revisions.

  1. The proposed amendments affect the following sections: Trumbull County Planning Commission (Page i.); Section 106.00 Relation to Other Laws (page 4); Section 209.00 Fees (page 11); Section 300.00 Classification of Subdivisions (page 14); Section 302.05 Submittal Requirements for Minor Subdivision (Page 15); Section 306.05 Lots (page 17): Section 307.00 Conditions for a Major Subdivision (page 18); Section 309.25 Transmission of Preliminary Plan (page 22); Section 309.55 Preliminary Pan Expiration (page 25); Section 311.10 Filing (page 26); Section 311.30 Transmission of Final Plat (Page 29); Section 402.15 Township Zoning Resolution (page 32); Section 405.15 Lot Dimensions (Page 35); Section 405.20 Lot Frontage (Page 36); Section 605.20 Development Standards (page 71); adding page numbers to the following sections:  301.05 Minor Subdivision or Lot Splits (page 14); 302.10 Administrative Procedure and Approval for Minor Subdivision (page 16); 304.00 Combining Existing and/or Proposed Parcels (page 17); 305.00 Replat and Correction Plat (page 17); 305.05 Replat for Home Sewage Treatment System Upgrades (page 17); 309.15 Preliminary Development Plan Content (page 21); 309.20 Supplementary Information (page 22); 309.30 Preliminary Development Plan Review (page 23); 405.50 Access (page 38); 407.00 Easements (page 40); 408.00 Buildings (page 41); 503.00 Street and Circulation System Design (page 44); 504.00 Rights of Way (page 45); 508.00 Street Design Standards for Cul-de-sac and Loop-type streets (pages 47-48); 509.00 Street Design Standards for all Local Streets except Cul-de-sac and Loop-Type Streets (page 49); 510.00 Street Design Standards for Collector Streets (page 49); 511.00 Street Design Standards for Commercial and Industrial Streets (Page 50); 518.00 Street Curbs and Gutters (page 56); 519.00 Curb Pipe Underdrains (page 57); 530.00 Street Vacation (page 60); 601.00 Sanitary Sewers (page 64); 606.10 Storm Water Management and Drainage (page 72); 800.0 Construction Procedure (page 90); 802.10 Filing (page 91); 809.00 Surveying and Monumentation (page 97); 813.00 Acceptance of Improvements (Page 100).

 

A copy of the proposed amendments will be located on the Trumbull County Commissioners’ website, the Trumbull County Planning Commission’s website and on file at the office available for viewing Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to provide adequate opportunity for review prior to the hearing.

 

Proposed Amendments to Trumbull County Subdivision Regulations

Audio of Public Hearing - April 20, 2021


A General Public Hearing will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, in the Board of the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, 5th Floor, County Administration Building, 160 High Street, N.W., Warren, Ohio, or call in to 1-877-820-7831 – access code 778342 to present the amendments to the public for review and comments, and to address the public’s concerns and answer questions concerning the proposed revisions.


Trumbull County Planning Commission

The Trumbull County Planning Commission’s unified, high performance team of professional staff members and experienced Board Members promote well-planned growth that is supported by the principles of sustainable planning and zoning, economic vitality, environmental responsibility and social equity.

The Planning Commission serves as community advisors for land use planning practices and advocates for sound growth management. Because the Planning Commission is involved in a wide range of activities with a number of partners, it plays a very important coordinating role in community development issues and projects.

The Planning Commission’s powers and duties per Ohio Revised Code include, but are not limited to, making studies, maps, plans, recommendations and reports concerning the physical, environmental, social, economic and governmental characteristics, functions, services and other aspects of planning, in order to achieve compatibility throughout the County.

The Planning Commission is also responsible for Subdivision Regulation Administration, Floodplain Administration, CDBG Fair Housing Administration, HUD HOME Program Administration, Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Program Administration, CDBG Economic Development Program Administration, Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Administration, Enterprise Zone Management, Community Reinvestment Area (CRA) Establishment and Management, Plats, Zoning Reviews, Zoning Recommendations, Zoning Maps, GIS Mapping, website administration, grant administration, community engagement, community surveys, demographic information and comprehensive planning.

The Planning Commission has completed plans for the majority of townships, villages, cities and Trumbull County. Working with the Planning Commission assures that there is consistency maintained throughout the planning process and that the community’s zoning code is in accordance with their comprehensive plan.

The 2021 Directory of Trumbull County Officials may be found here.


Upcoming Meeting Notices

Full Board Meetings: The Board of the Planning Commission meets at 9:00 A.M. on the second Tuesday of every month, in the conference room of the Planning Commission.

Plats and Zoning Committee Meetings: The Plats and Zoning Committee meets at 9:00 A.M. on the first Tuesday of every month, in the conference room of the Planning Commission. Submissions must be made two weeks prior to this date to be eligble for consideration at the subsequent Committee meeting.

All meetings are open to the public.

If a holiday falls on the Tuesday of either regularly scheduled meeting, that meeting will instead be held on the Tuesday of the following week.


Contact Us

Mail: 185 E. Market Street NE, Suite A ,Warren, Ohio 44481

Phone: 330-675-2480

Fax: 330-675-2790

 

Location

Please see the map below for the location of our offices in downtown Warren:

Map Of Location