Broadway & Park - Method of Zoning Change (C-2, CBD & IND-1 to PUD-R) 4035 Broadway Project ID: 201503160013 This proposal is to rezone the 3.25 acres located behind City Hall fronting Front Street from C-2 (Retail Commercial), CBD (Central Business District) and IND-1 (Light Industry) to PUD- R (Residential) in order to develop The Grove City Town
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This proposal is to construct an approximately 180,000 square foot, 1-3 story building located on the corner of Orders Rd. and Haughn Rd. The proposed development is for creation of senior housing and special care housing for supervised living conditions and will contain dining venues, indoor and outdoor activity areas, shops, postal services, a bank, salon/barber, library and computer classroom and multi-purpose rooms, fitness or other group activities. There will also be a 1 story environment for seniors with Alzheimer's or other associated dementia.
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 development, and recreational facilities, including a 60+ acre public park, as well as connections to the Town Center.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) based on the City of Grove City’s recent study of Mulberry Run. The LOMR, effective March 12, 2015, indicates changes to the floodplain boundaries along Mulberry Run. Following the 2008 map modernization for Franklin County’s Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), the
The Village at Gantz Meadows - Preliminary Development Plan 2066 Home Road Project ID: 201501270006 This proposal is to construct a new residential development on 9 acres of land on the north side of Home Road, west of Gantz Road. The development will contain a combination of 4-unit and 6-unit attached condominium homes with a
Notice to Contractors
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Mayor Richard L. “Ike” Stage is pleased to issue Proclamations from the City of Grove City to recognize special occasions or outstanding accomplishments in the lives of Grove City citizens. To request a proclamation please complete the Proclamation Request Form. The Mayor’s office reserves the right to modify or deny any proclamation request. More than one
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 City Town Center. With an objective of ensuring appropriate and beneficial redevelopment on the site, five principles were drafted