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 Kenton Chambers, second floor of the new Kenton County Government Center, 1840 Simon Kenton Way in Covington (site of the old Bavarian Brewery). The agenda for this hearing includes the following items. Additional maps and staff reports will be posted here, when available.

The Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky provides videos of KCPC meetings in the On Demand section of the TBNK website.

November 2019         Legal notice      Agenda      Hearing/Meeting dates and filing deadlines

APPLICANT: City of Erlanger per David Hahn, Director of Economic Development
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Erlanger Zoning Ordinance: (1) amending the regulations for home occupations; (2) adding new regulations for outdoor seating; (3) adding and amending the current outdoor seating regulations for taverns and restaurants within the Commercial (NSC, SC, NC, NC-2, HC, HC-2, HC-3) and Business Park (BP-1) Zones.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Crescent Springs per Mike Daly, City Administrator
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Crescent Springs Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding “nutritional or herbal supplement sales” to the list of permitted uses within the MLU-2 and MC Zones; (2) allowing 200 square foot, 40 foot tall pole signs within the NSC and MC Zones; and (3) allowing individual businesses within a shopping complex within the NSC and MC Zones to each have a wall sign.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Elsmere per Rich Aliff
REQUESTS: Proposed text amendments to the Elsmere Zoning Ordinance adding “existing single-family homes” to the list of permitted uses within the NC Zone.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Fort Wright per Jill Cain Bailey, Chief Administrative Officer
REQUEST: A proposed text amendment to the Fort Wright Zoning Ordinance adding self-storage facilities as a conditional use within the HOC Zone, along with use standards that regulate how each storage unit is accessed and location restrictions.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: Berling – Park Road, LLC
LOCATION: 1728 Park Road; an approximate 4-acre area on the east side of Park Road approximately 450 feet north of George Huser Drive in Fort Wright.
REQUEST: To grant a waiver to the requirement of Section 4.1-29 of the Kenton County Subdivision Regulations; granting the request would waive the requirement that cul-de-sac turnarounds be provided at the terminus of new streets in favor of T-Type turnarounds.
INFO: Staff report