Please contact Don Moran for questions or concerns regarding Madison Township zoning.
Madison Township adopted zoning in 1962 for the purpose of promoting public health, safety, morals, comfort and general welfare; to conserve and protect property and property values; to secure the most appropriate use of land, and to facilitate adequate and economical provisions for public improvements, all in accordance with a comprehensive plan for the desirable future development of Madison Township, and to provide a method of administration and to prescribe penalties for violation of provisions hereafter described – all as authorized by the Ohio Revised Code.
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*Forms may be reviewed, printed, completed, and returned to the zoning inspector. Please contact Zoning Inspector Don Moran by phone or email for assistance with any zoning forms/applications or to make arrangements to return completed forms.