Zoning

 

The Zoning Inspector is responsible for enforcing zoning regulations and issuing new building permits. The Township realizes that Zoning is an important part of protecting property values. Two committees made of community citizens are the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Zoning Board. They advise the Trustees on zoning issues. Another committee formed this year concerns the Hartford Township Comprehensive Land Use Report. It will develop a plan for future land use in the township.

 
 
 
 
 

Jeffrey Boudinot
(740) 627-1974
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The Zoning Inspector is responsible for enforcing zoning regulations and issuing new building permits. The township realizes that zoning is an important part of protecting property values. Two committees made of community citizens are the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Zoning Board. They advise the Trustees on zoning issues. The Hartford Township Comprehensive Land Use Report, adopted in 2007, addresses the future land use in the township.

  • Culvert Permits: $900 which includes identification and preparation of culvert site, issue a permit, provide 304 or 411 gravel to hold culvert in place and inspect the finished job. An additional $300 for an additional 10 foot. The homeowner will provide the culvert to the following the specifications: at least 12” by 30’, 16-gauge riveted steel; or double walled, smooth walled plastic, or at Trustees discretion. If a larger culvert is required, the fee will be enough to cover the actual cost of the materials.
  • Installation of ditch tile in front of properties shall be with smooth wall perforated tile, with 12 inches of cover, and allow a ditch depth of at least 6 inches. Site will be evaluated for proper fall from road.
  • Zoning permits for a house $1,100 for 1,500 square foot house plus $.73 per square foot.
  • Garage and addition permits $250
  • Decks and porches $100.
  • Hard surface driveways need to be level or below with edge of road and continue slope of road bed for three feet. Concrete curbs need to be nine (9) feet from road.
  • Finish grade of driveway shall be at the same slope or below the road, at least 19 feet from center of road. Must be constructed of gravel, pavers or blacktop. Repairs to culvert by Township will be reconstructed to blacktop or gravel.
 
 
 

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HARTFORD TOWNSHIP | P.O. BOX 203 CROTON, OHIO 43013

(740) 893-3333