Zoning Board of Adjustment
Purpose:To consider variances and special exceptions to the terms of the Zoning Ordinance and to hear and decide appeals of decisions and interpretations made by an administrative official in the enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance.
Duties:The primary responsibility of the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) is to adjudicate on matters where citizens seek exemptions from local zoning regulations. Decisions of the ZBA are binding, and can only be appealed through the Court system.
- Zoning Variance Requests: The ZBA will review requests for variances submitted to the ZBA by applicants who want an exemption to the local zoning ordinances in order to use their land in a particular way. The criteria for granting a variance are quite precise and must be met in order for a variance to be granted and withstand appeal.
- Hearing Appeals: The ZBA may be asked to review requests submitted to the ZBA by residents who disagree with a decision made by the City Council.
Meetings are held on an as-needed basis.
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Zoning Board of Adjustment members serve two-year terms. The current members are:
|Steve Schoenekase||Place One; Voting||November 2023|
|Randy Kercho||Place Two; Voting||November 2022|
|Andrew Ellison||Place Three; Chairperson||November 2023|
|Don Dickson||Place Four; Voting||November 2022|
|Brian Deaver||Place Five; Vice Chairperson||November 2023|
|Jason Shepard||Alternate One||November 2022|
|Vacant||Alternate Two||November 2022|