Zoning Changes

Now Pending

Kenton County Planning Commission

Public hearings are held on the first Thursday of every month, beginning at 6:15 PM in the Commission Chambers of the PDS Building located in Fort Mitchell. Additional maps and staff reports will be posted here, when available. View the legal notice and current agenda.

FILE: PC1709-0001
APPLICANT: City of Crestview Hills per Tim Williams, City Administrator
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the sign regulations in the Crestview Hills Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding provisions for off-premises temporary subdivision signs and amending the timeframe for how long temporary subdivision signs may be displayed; and, (2) allowing more than one wall sign per building street frontage for single-use out lots or by development agreement within the SC (Shopping Center) Zoning District.

FILE: PC1709-0002
APPLICANT: The City of Fort Mitchell per Sharmili Reddy, City Administrator
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Fort Mitchell Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding the conditional uses found in the NC (Neighborhood Commercial), LHS (Limited Highway Service), and PO (Professional Office) Zones to the CPUD (Commercial Planned Unit Development Overlay) Zone; and, (2) adding outdoor dining areas in connection with a restaurant as conditional uses within the LHS Zone, subject to area, time, and noise restrictions.

FILE: PC1703-0001
APPLICANT: Kenton County Planning Commission per Paul J. Darpel, Chair
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Bromley, Covington, Crestview Hills, Edgewood, Elsmere, Erlanger, Fairview, Independence, Unincorporated Kenton County, Lakeside Park, Ludlow, Park Hills, Taylor Mill, and Villa Hills zoning ordinances: (1) updating the sign regulations to be “content neutral” as necessitated by the US Supreme Court decision in Reed vs. Gilbert, Arizona; (2) clarifying several sections of the sign regulations based upon past interpretations and administration; (3) updating out-of-date cross references; (4) adding provisions for messages on small detached signs and drive-thru canopies; and, (5) adding permanent wall sign regulations to institutional uses. (This issue was tabled at the April 11, 2017 KCPC meeting.)

FILE: PC1703-0002
APPLICANT: Kenton County Planning Commission per Paul J. Darpel, Chair
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Fort Mitchell, Fort Wright, Crescent Springs, Ryland Heights, and Kenton Vale zoning ordinances: (1) deleting all current definitions pertaining to signage; (2) deleting all current sign regulations; (3) adding new definitions pertaining to signage; and, (4) adding new sign regulations. The proposed new sign regulations are “content neutral” as necessitated by the US Supreme Court decision in Reed vs. Gilbert, Arizona. (This issue was tabled at the April 11, 2017 KCPC meeting.)