Planning Commission The Planning Commission consists of five citizen members serving overlapping four-year terms. The Commission reviews and recommends action for development, improvement proposals, proposed code amendments and provides a public forum for discussion of plans and proposed development. Applicants must seek the recommendation of the Planning Commission before obtaining approval from City Council
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Grove City Storm Water Management View and print the West Water Run and Grove City Creek Stormwater Evaluation and Recommendations presented to Grove City Council, Oct. 18, 2021. The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II is a federally mandated program Grove City has been involved in since 2003. Municipalities involved in this
Adult Cornhole The Grove City Parks and Recreation Department offers adult cornhole leagues for two-player teams. The cost is $50 per team. Leagues play Thursday nights starting at 6:15 p.m. Spring, Summer and Fall matches are held outdoors at Plum Run Winery/Grove City Brewing Company, 3946 Broadway. For weather-related cancellation information, call 614-277-3060, then select
Spring-summer Adult Softball registration is by team throughout March. Fall Adult Softball registration is by team throughout July. Adult Softball The Grove City Parks and Recreation Department offers slow-pitch softball leagues for men’s, women’s, co-rec and church teams at competitive and recreational levels (subject to change based on interest level). The team
Adult Indoor Volleyball Registration is open Thursday, Dec. 1 through Friday, Dec. 30 for the winter co-rec. league. Grove City Parks and Recreation offers co-rec indoor adult volleyball in competitive and recreational leagues during the winter. Matches are six versus six, with a minimum of three women per team on the court at
Community Parks Grove City Skate Park Built in 2006, the Grove City Skate Park features a 11,000-square-foot concrete skate park providing areas for the novice skater to the highly skilled including ramps, rails and boxes as well as bowls with sides ranging three to 18 feet high. Grove City Skate
Trails Grove City has nearly 29 miles of paved, well-maintained trails, bicycle routes and bicycle boulevards that connect residential areas to parks and retail areas. These connective routes provide safe, direct access to the city for walkers, inline skaters and bicyclists. For path locations and suggested travel routes, review these special maps: Grove City
Winter 2022 deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 1
PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN Project ID: 202208040046 This proposal is for a residential development consisting of 74 condominium homes and a clubhouse on approximately 24 acres. Staff Report Application Plan Sheets Supplemental Material Elevations Planner in Charge: Terry Barr or 614-277-3022
REZONING (Text Amendment) Project ID: 202110210063 This amendment to the current text will allow for fencing around individual lots instead of being restricted to the entry feature and around pool areas. Staff Report Application Supplemental Materials Planner in Charge: Terry Barr or 614-277-3022