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: PC1710-0004 (action required)
APPLICANT: Steve Berling on behalf of Revere’s Crossing LLC, Fischer Single Family Homes III LTD, and Stephen and Jamie Gunning
LOCATION: An area of approximately 4.8 acres located at the terminus of Boston Lane in Independence.
REQUEST: A proposed map amendment to the Independence Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from R-1A* (a low density single-family residential zone regulated by the Kenton County Zoning Ordinance) to R-1C (a moderate density suburban single-family residential zone regulated by the Independence Zoning Ordinance).

FILE: PC1710-0003 (action required)
APPLICANT: City of Crescent Springs per George Ripberger, City Administrator
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Crescent Springs Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding several light industrial uses to the list of permitted uses within the IP-1 (Industrial Park One) Zone; (2) adding outdoor self-storage units as an accessory use to a warehousing and wholesaling establishment along with development controls and updates to the outdoor storage industrial performance standards of the IP-1 Zone; and, (3) adding a new zoning classification—the MC (Mixed Commercial) Zone—to Article X, Zones, along with necessary cross references to other sections of the Zoning Ordinance. The proposed MC Zone permits a variety commercial retail, service, and office uses within an organized development. The purpose of the new MC Zone is to implement the land use recommendations of the adopted Crescent Springs Gateway Study.

FILE: PC1711-0002 (action required)
APPLICANT: City of Fort Mitchell per Sharmili Reddy, City Administrator
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Fort Mitchell Zoning Ordinance: (1) permitting structures with nonconforming side yard setbacks to expand horizontally and vertically in all residential zones, subject to limitations; (2) adding ornamental iron fences to the list of permitted fences around swimming pools; and, (3) allowing ornamental iron fences up to six feet in height in residential zones.

FILE: W-768 (action required)
LOCATION: 21 Floral Avenue, an approximate six-acre parcel at the terminus of Floral Avenue in Fort Mitchell.
REQUEST: To grant a waiver to the requirements of Section 4.3-12 of the Kenton County Subdivision Regulations; granting the request would waive the requirement that 11 new, single-family residences to be built at the end of Floral Avenue be provided a minimum fire flow of 500 gallons per minute.