Zoning Commission: Zoning Commission: Zoning Commission members are appointed by the Trustees for a five-year term and are responsible for writing the zoning resolution (rules for township development, building, etc.) for the township. This board consists of five members and two alternates. The members are: John P. McGowan (330-807-0101), Brad Miller (330-935-2953), Gary Harrison (330-325-7466), Betty Siegferth (330-325-1256), Diane Makruski (330-935-0266) and alternates: Lori Briggs (330-325-1219), Jim Presley (330-947-3504).
The Zoning Commission meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Randolph Senior Center.
Zoning Appeals Board: Zoning Appeals Board members are also appointed by the Board of Trustees for a five-year term and are responsible for holding hearings on appeals to the zoning code. The members are: Erin Myrla (330-325-9249), Robert Moledor (330-628-9626), Donald Pashke (330-325-0813), Kevin Steiner (330-947-2069), and Mark Wise (330-325-0359), Alternates: Jason Bonecutter (330-325-1835) and George Klag (330-947-2328).
The Zoning Appeals Board meets the third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Randolph Senior Center as needed if a hearing is scheduled.
There is also a Joint Trustees, Zoning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals in the first Monday in January, April, July and October in the Randolph Senior Center at 7 pm. to discuss current zoning issues. These meetings are all open to the public
Dan Kolasky, Randolph Township Administrative Assistant and Zoning Administrator, he started with Randolph Township in 1999. He is secretary to the Zoning Boards and responsible for rentals of the township halls. Dan also has numerous other responsibilities under the supervision of the Randolph Township Trustees. Dan has an office at the Randolph Township Administration Building. His hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily and by appointment. You may contact the Zoning Department by telephone at 330-325-7338 or via email at DKolasky@aol.com.
Randolph Township Zoning Resolution (by chapter)
- Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Title and Authorization
- Chapter 2: Definitions with Graphics
- Chapter 3: Administration and Enforcement
- Chapter 4: Administrative Procedures and Enforcement
- Chapter 5: District Regulations
- Chapter 6: Conditional Uses
- Chapter 7: Regulations Applicable to All Districts
- Chapter 8: Parking and Loading
- Chapter 9: Signs
- Appendix A: Plant Lists
- Appendix B: Hydric Soils
- Appendix C: Amendments
- Appendix D: Outdoor Hydronic Furnaces
- Appendix E: Wind and Solar Regulations
- Appendix F: Digital Signs & Off Premises Signs
- Appendix G: Commercial Vehicle Parking in Residential Districts
Lot Split Procedures
Zoning and Related Fees
Randolph Township Zoning Map (click on image for larger version)
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Lakes, Streams & Floodplains
Wetlands & Hydric Soils
Groundwater Pollution Potential
Critical Natural Areas
Protected Areas & Critical Natural Areas
Archaeological & Historical Sites
Oil & Gas Wells
Drinking Water Protection Areas