The Grove City Planning Commission met Friday, June 14, 2019, to review nine items on the agenda; two Lot Split applications, one Plat, one Certificate of Appropriateness, two Rezoning applications, one Special Use Permit and two Development Plan applications.

The two Lot Splits, Beulah Park Sub-Area “H” 13.664 Acres and Beulah Park Sub-Area “H” 10.260 Acres, respectively, each received a unanimous vote of approval from Planning Commission.

The remaining seven items received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council:

Scotch Woods Drive was a proposal for a Plat to allow for the creation of a new roadway located in the Meadow Grove Estates North subdivision to be used as a main access drive for the remaining phases.

Tree of Life Chiropractic submitted two separate items.
• A Certificate of Appropriateness was submitted to allow for the update of the brick façade on the front of the building; and
• A Rezoning was submitted to allow the property to be rezoned from C-1 (Service Commercial) to PSO (Professional Services).

A Special Use Permit was submitted by Grove City Self-Storage for the approval of the type of use on this property.

Grove City Villas was a Development Plan for an age-restricted (55 and older) residential community.

Novocaine Lounge was another Development Plan to allow for a 1,000 square foot addition to the exterior of the existing building, located at 3425 Grant Avenue.

Finally, Ohio Addiction Recovery Center submitted a Rezoning – Use Approval request for an inpatient/outpatient addiction recovery facility.

For more information, or to learn about additional development projects in the community, visit the Ongoing Development page or contact the Development Department at 614-277-3004.