Development

The Grove City Development Department administers economic development and planning activities for the City. Within this scope, the department works with the business community to create and retain jobs, promote business growth and ensure quality and balanced development. The department strives to promote the marketability of the City through strong public/private sector relationships to incorporate a positive outlook and growth potential.

In addition, the department works closely with Planning Commission, City Council and various city agencies to maintain the standards set forth by the City for quality development. If you would like additional information regarding our programs or services, please email the Development Department or call 614-277-3004.

Our Location

City Hall
4035 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123
Phone: 614-277-3000
Fax: 614-277-3011
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Planning Commission Updates

Learn more about ongoing development projects in the community.
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Grove City Town Center Redevelopment

Broadway & Park Apartments

Project Update (July 8, 2015):

Rezoning: The rezoning of the 3.25 acres west of City Hall was approved by City Council at their July 6, 2015 meeting. Also at this meeting a presentation

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Grove City is home to two new options for electric vehicle (EV) charging.

With the cooperation of Nissan, EV charging stations have been installed at 3383 Park St. in Town Center. This facility came online in

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Mount Carmel Grove City Announces Expansion

The City of Grove City welcomes Mount Carmel Health System, the Mount Carmel Grove City expansion will meet the growing need for access to healthcare in one of the fastest growing areas in Central Ohio.

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Beulah Park – Preliminary Development Plan

This proposal is to construct a new mixed-use development on the 212-acre Beulah Park site, located on the south side of Southwest Boulevard, west of Broadway.The proposed development contains a combination of residential units, commercial/office

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Beulah Park Conceptual Framework

After Penn National announced, in 2012, that Beulah Park’s racing operations would be relocated to northeast Ohio, Grove City Administration began to look at possible redevelopment opportunities for the 212-acre site located adjacent to Grove

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