3271 Cheshire Rd. – Delaware, Ohio 43015
Berlin Township Office

3271 Cheshire Road
Delaware, Ohio 43015
740-548-6350

740-548-7458 – fax

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BERLIN TOWNSHIP RECYCLING DROP-OFF TO BE DISCONTINUED

 DELAWARE, Oh. –  The Delaware, Knox, Marion, Morrow (DKMM) Solid Waste District will be discontinuing the recycling drop-off location at Arrowhead Elementary School on Hollenback Road in Berlin Township due to the increase in student population. The bins will be removed Friday, Oct. 12.

Berlin Township residents should utilize their curbside recycling program. DKMM is working to increase capacity at the Olentangy High School drop-off location at 675 Lewis Center Road.  The containers are located on the east/right side of the school.

Recycling Tips:

  • Recycle during the week to avoid weekend overflow
  • Do not leave recyclables or garbage outside of the bins
  • Only recycle appropriate materials based on the picture on the front of each bin
  • Flatten cardboard boxes

If you have questions or would like more information please contact Jenifer Way-Young of the Delaware General Health District at (740) 368-1700 or Jenna Hicks of the DKMM Solid Waste District at (740) 393-4600.

 

 

 

 

 

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BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Berlin Township Zoning Commission will hold a meeting for the purpose of public hearing October 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Berlin Township Hall located at 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH 43015 in order to consider an application, designated as BZC 18-001, filed by John C. Wicks, 267 North Liberty Street, Powell, OH 43065. The applicant is requesting approval of a preliminary development plan to rezone, Parcel’s #41843301004000, 4175 S. Old State Rd; 41843301002000, 4127 S. Old State Rd; 41843302003000, 4180 S. Old State Rd; 41843302002000, 4088 S. Old State Rd; & 41841843302005000, 0 Hollenback Rd., all in Lewis Center, OH 43035 from Farm Residential District (FR-1) to Transitional Planned Unit Development (TPUD) 53.62 ± acres, for a condominium development with 140 patio homes known as Villas at Old Harbor. The text and map of this application will be available for public examination, excluding legal holidays; October 12, 2018 to October 23, 2018, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Berlin Township Zoning Office located at 3271 Cheshire Rd., Delaware, OH 43015. For questions call David Loveless, Zoning Inspector at 740.548.5217 x103. Also, you can find the text and map on the Berlin Township website www.berlintwp.us After the conclusion of the hearing, the matter will be submitted to the Board of Township Trustees for its action. The person responsible for giving notice of the public hearing by publication is Cathy Rippel. Township residents are encouraged to attend.

Application | Site Narrative | Development Text | Site Plan, Landscape Plan and Color Renderings | Traffic Analysis | Legal Descriptions | Survey | Owners within 200 feet | Points of Interest | Schedule | Architectural Design Guidelines | Agent Letters | Berlin Township Fire Department Email | DCEO Letter | Utility Letters

BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION
Toni Korleski, Chairwoman


BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION                              REVISED BOOK
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Tabled to date and time certain November 27, 2018 @ 7 PM

The Berlin Township Zoning Commission will hold a meeting for the purpose of public hearing September 25, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Berlin Township Hall located at 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH 43015 in order to consider an application to amend the Berlin Zoning Resolution, designated as BZC 17-007, filed by Peachblow Land II LLC, Kenny Asset Management LLC, Triangle Properties Inc., 470 Olde Worthington Road, Suite 101, Westerville, OH 43082.. The applicant is requesting approval of a preliminary development plan known as Berlin Meadows, Parcel’s #41833001016000; 41833001014000; & 41833001094000; from Farm Residential District (FR-1) to R-3 with a Planned Residential District Overlay (R-3/PRD) 193.3 ± acres, 1162 Peachblow Road, O Peachblow Road & 663 Shanahan Road, Lewis Center, OH 43035. The text and map of this application will be available for public examination, excluding legal holidays September 14-25, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Berlin Township Zoning Office located at 3271 Cheshire Rd., Delaware, OH 43015. Also, you can find the text and map on the Berlin Township website www.berlintwp.us After the conclusion of the hearing, the matter will be submitted to the Board of Township Trustees for its action. The person responsible for giving notice of the public hearing by publication is Cathy Rippel. Township residents are encouraged to attend.

Application | Planned Development Overview | Overall Illustrative Plan | Master Development Summary | Exhibit A-1: Surrounding Property Owners | Exhibit B-1 & B-2: Legal Description and Survey | Exhibit C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-6: Development Plans, Lot Size Chart, Phasing Plan, Existing Features Plan, Illustrative Plan | Exhibit D-1, D-2, D-3, D-4, D-5, D-6: Landscape Plans and Open Space Plans | Exhibit E-1 through E-11: Utility Plan and Letters | Exhibit F-1: Bank Letter | Exhibit G-1: Structure Separation | Exhibit H-1: Sample Declaration of Covenants/Deed Restrictions

BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION
Toni Korleski, Chairwoman


 

RESIDENTS OF BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION NEEDS YOUR HELP!

We are starting to update the 2010 comprehensive land use plan for the township. It will take approximately one year to identify the issues and options, listen to public input and complete the plan. The Zoning Commission meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, at 7 PM, 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH  and the public is encouraged to attend these meetings and make their opinions known. Comprehensive land use plans are advisory documents that may lend support as the basis for new zoning decisions.

Future land use and development of the township is an issue of great importance to all citizens of Berlin Township. A well drafted and supported comprehensive plan will help identify which areas of the township are best for residential development and which should be reserved for commercial and industrial development. The updated plan will take into consideration many factors such as existing roads, sewer availability, growth and development of abutting municipalities, environmental factors and community input.

We want your involvement and input in this process so that we can try to find a common ground and outline a future which best meets the hopes and expectations of our citizens. Please look for more on this subject on our website, Look for Comprehensive Land Use.

Annual Events

Township Spring Open House with Easter Egg Hunt
March 24, 2018
Berlin Township Fire Station
1:00 pm


Township Clean up Day
May 5, 2018
7:30am – 12:00noon


Berlin Township Touch a Truck Event
August 4, 2018   10am- 2pm
Berin Township Fire Station


Berlin Township Open House
October 21, 2018
Berlin Township Fire Station
1:00pm – 3:00pm


Trick-Or-Treat
October 31, 2018
6:00pm – 8:00pm