CLICK HERE for a brochure regarding myths and additional information regarding historic preservation.
CLICK HERE to review the proposed Ordinance and click on each Chapter of the proposed Design Guidelines for Historic and Architectural Preservation in the City of Bowling Green:
Chapter 1: Introduction and Purpose of Design Guidelines
Chapter 2: Bowling Green History and Its Architecture
Chapter 3: General Rehabilitation Design Guidelines
Chapter 4: Additions to Historic Properties and New Construction
The Future Land Use Section of the Comprehensive Plan was supported by a Resolution adopted by Council with a 7-0 vote on October 20, 2014. The City appreciates the time and effort of the community with this process!
The plan can be read by CLICKING HERE.
The City Planning Department is charged with the responsibility of carrying out the City’s planning function including the preparation and updating of the City’s Comprehensive Master Plan. The Department also administers some Ordinances implementing the adopted Plan.
These implementation mechanisms include The Access Management Policies and Guidelines, the Subdivision Regulations, and the Zoning Code. Additionally, the Department has oversight of the contract with the Wood County Health Department for the Housing Code.
There are two (2) documents that pertain to all residents, both owners and renters, that you should familiarize yourself with. They are the City Snow Removal Brochure and an informational letter regarding the posting of addresses on your home or apartment as well as places of business. For helpful information regarding landlord/tenant rights and obligations refer to this link to the Ohio State Bar Association: www.ohiobar.org/ForPublic/Resources/LawFactsPamphlets/Pages/LawFactsPamphlet-11.aspx
The Department can be reached, by telephone, at 354-6218. The e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
DEPARTMENT STAFFHeather Sayler
Lisa EvansJason Westgate
www.bgcourt.org or call 419.352.5263