What is Zoning?
According to Butler County Department of Development, Zoning refers to the division of a jurisdiction into separate districts for the purpose of regulating the use of land in each district in order to develop the area and to protect public health, safety, and welfare.
The ORC (Ohio Revised Code) states; Zoning is the regulation of:
The Reily Township Zoning Commission currently governs the zoning regulations of Reily Township. The commission recommends changes in the zoning regulations within the township.
* Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month in the Reily Township Community Center.
Board of Zoning Appeals
The Board of Zoning Appeals rules on requests that deviate from standard Zoning Regulations in the form of variances and/or conditional uses of property as exceptions to the Zoning Resolution.
* Zoning Appeals meetings are held on an as-needed basis in the Township Community Center.
Applying for a Zoning/Building Permit
Below are a list of steps that need to be taken:
To obtain the most current Zoning Resolution visit the website of the Butler County Department of Development.
Jim Fox is the township zoning inspector. He enforces the zoning code for the township. For inquiries regarding zoning in Reily Township, contact Jim at (513) 887-3608.
For Inquiries Regarding Zoning in Reily:
(Butler County Department of Planning)
Applications & Permits: