Board of Zoning Appeals
The Jackson Township Board of Zoning Appeals meets monthly only when there are appeals cases to be heard. Applicants requesting variance or conditional use appeals file their applications approximately one month in advance of the meeting date.
Any questions about the appeal process or any zoning questions can be directed to the township zoning office at (614) 565-6148 during regular business hours, or by e-mail to email@example.com.
- Feb. 12, 2018 BZA meeting agenda
- Feb. 12, 2018 variance application — 1641 Lynnbrook Court
- Feb. 12, 2018 resident letter
The Township Board of Zoning Appeals typically meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Jackson Township Administration Building at 3756 Hoover Road in Grove City, Ohio to hear cases of VARIANCE, CONDITIONAL USE and VIOLATION APPEALS for Jackson Township property owners.
The BZA consists of five regular members and up to two alternate members, and a quorum of three is required to convene a public meeting and rule on cases presented.
Board of Zoning Appeals members
Glen has served on the BZA since February 2000, and his current term expires in December 2021. He is a professional firefighter with the City of Columbus Division of Fire and owner of locally owned Diamond Lawn and Landscape.
Jack has served on the BZA since November 1998, and his current term expires in December 2019. A U.S. Navy veteran of WWII, Jack volunteers much of his spare time with the American Legion. He and his wife have resided in Jackson Township since 1966.
Richard has served on the BZA since July 2003, and his current term expires in December 2019. He is retired from service with the Southwestern City Schools and now volunteers his spare time with the American Legion. He and his wife have resided in Jackson since 1960.
Aaron has served on the BZA since January 2007, and his current terms expires in December 2018. He is employed with Coca-Cola as a maintenance coordinator and is the owner of a local blacktop sealing and painting company SealMaster Co.
Alan was appointed to the BZA in January 2016. He has lived in the area for 68 years, has three sons, pastors an intercity church, and enjoys fishing and old cars. His term expires Dec. 31, 2020.