Join us at the public meeting to review Grove City’s proposed charter amendments, Monday, Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m., in the Grove City Library, 3959 Broadway.

Grove City Council formed a Charter Review Committee in May 2016 comprised of Grove City residents, 10 appointed by Council and three by the Mayor, to review the current City Charter and propose changes.

A report was submitted by the committee to City Council with recommended changes in April 2017. City Council reviewed and adopted five ordinances, endorsed by the Mayor, as a result of the recommendations. City Charter changes are only effective with voter approval and the proposed changes will be on the Tuesday, Nov. 7 ballot. The last changes to the charter were made Nov. 5, 1985.

Download the Proposed Charter Changes At-A-Glance.

Download a redlined version of the charter sections reflecting the proposed changes. Each of the five sections, in the green box, is the language as it will appear on the ballot.

Extra copies of the charter changes are available in City Hall, 4035 Broadway; Grove City Library, 2nd floor information desk, 3959 Broadway; Evans Center, 4330 Dudley Ave. and the Kingston Center, 3226 Kingston Ave.

If you have questions or want someone to present the proposed changes to your group or organization, contact the City’s Clerk of Council, Tami Kelly, MMC, at 614-277-3065.