Public Hearing / Public Comment Notices
If you received a Notice of Public Hearing
A notice for a public hearing is a required notice to be sent by the City to property owners who are in the vicinity of a property where development of or changes are proposed. Such notices invite the public to participate in the decision-making process. If you received a notice of public hearing in the mail and you have questions, please contact the staff member at the number listed at the bottom of the notice.
Also, per the approved Charter amendments to Article V: Legislation that appeared on the May 3, 2022, ballot, public hearings are now required for passage of Ordinances. These notices will be published below when public hearings on proposed ordinances have been scheduled.
Invitations for public comments, such as for the Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Plan, will also be posted here.
ORDINANCE 2023-35 AMENDING TITLE TWO: STREETS AND SIDEWALK AREAS, OF THE CITY’S STREETS, UTILITIES AND PUBLIC SERVICES CODE AND AMENDING SECTION 660.05 OF THE GENERAL OFFENSES CODE
ORDINANCE 2023-36 AMENDING SECTION 251.05, TITLED “PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUNDS” OF THE CITY’S ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
ORDINANCE 2023-37 ESTABLISHING A ONE-YEAR MORATORIUM ON THE COMMENCEMENT OR ESTABLISHMENT OF ADULT USE CANNABIS OPERATORS, INCLUDING CULTIVATORS, PROCESSORS, AND DISPENSARIES WITHIN THE CITY OF XENIA, OHIO
Board of Zoning Appeals
One (1) public hearing is scheduled for the December 18, 2023, Board of Zoning Appeals meeting:
- Variance to continue an abandoned non-conforming use: Allow occupancy of an abandoned, former single-family home as a restored single-family home in a B-3 General Business District, which does not permit single-family homes, for the property located at 307 E. Main Street, filed by Keely Moore. Please click here to read the public hearing notice.
Planning and Zoning Commission
One (1) public hearing is scheduled for the December 13, 2023, Planning and Zoning Commission meeting:
- Conditional Use to allow expansion of an existing 50-bed homeless shelter, by adding 50 beds to a currently unoccupied portion of the same building for the property located at 1087 W Second Street, filed by Todd Gindelberger, App Architecture. Please click here to read the public hearing notice.