Berlin Township is located in Delaware County Ohio approximately 5.5 miles north of the Columbus City limits. The Township is a mixture of commercial, farm and residential properties with a total area of approximately 22.5 square miles. Centered within Berlin Township is Alum Creek Lake and State Park, a popular recreational area. Our population is approximately 6500 residents which has been gradually increasing each year due to the popularity of the area, the Olentangy School District and the proximity of the Township to Columbus Ohio. Services provided by the Township include a Roads Department, Zoning Department, Cemeteries and Fire Department.
“Due to the State of Emergency associated with the Covid-19 Virus all previously scheduled meetings are subject to change”
Please check with the Zoning Secretary Cathy Rippel 740.548.5217 x 102 to verify meeting dates and times.
UPDATE PUBLIC NOTICE – ROAD CLOSURE
CHRIS BAUSERMAN, P.E., P.S.
DELAWARE COUNTY ENGINEER
Wednesday, May 27,, 2020
For Immediate Release:
In order to accommodate school activities in the area, Trucco Construction Company, Inc. will now be closing Africa Road between Lewis Center Road and Plumb Road June 5 to June 7 for sanitary installation.
Please contact Dave Adams with Trucco for any questions
Thank you for your cooperation.
PUBLIC NOTICE – ROAD CLOSURE
South Old State and Cheshire Road Intersection will be closed for a new single lane modern roundabout.
It is expected to be a 5-week intersection closure through July 2020
Beginning May 26th with posted detour.
More info can be found here:
The township trustees have received the following information from the Delaware County Engineer Office regarding railroad closing:
*Please review this attachment concerning a (1) Road Closure by CSX Railroad for Berlin Station Road. This Closure will take place (probably without much notice) at the end of May/beginning of June, and last for approx. 3-4 days.*
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BERLIN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Berlin Township Trustees will hold a public hearing April 9, 2020 at the Township Hall, 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH starting at 6:00 PM. They will continue with one (1) zoning amendment, identified as BZC 19-004 known as the Berlin Business Park Industrial Overlay. This was tabled and continued to date and time certain at the February 6, 2020 hearing. *POSTPONED until July 15, 2010 at 6 PM, due to the COVID-19 virus!*
The Berlin Township Trustees will hold a public hearing April 23, 2020 at the Township Hall, 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH starting at 6:00 PM. They will continue one (1) zoning amendment, identified as BZC 19-005 known as the Berlin Business Park Commercial Overlay. This was tabled and continued to date and time certain at the February 6, 2020 hearing. *POSTPONED until July 16, 2010 at 6 PM, due to the COVID-19 virus!*
Both of these amendments have been initiated via motion of the Berlin Zoning Commission and are proposed to be amendments to the Berlin Township Zoning Resolution.
For questions please contact Zach Dowley, Economic Development Specialist, 101 N. Sandusky Street, Delaware, OH 43015 or
Land Use Exhibit Map – Revised 10/24/19 | Land Use Exhibit Map Alt 1 – Revised 10/24/19 recommended by the Zoning Commission 10-29-19 | Article 15 – Berlin Commercial Overlay Text – recommended by Zoning Commission 10-29-19 | Article 19 – Berlin Industrial Overlay Text – recommended by Zoning Commission 10-29-19 | Berlin Business Park Tax Analysis Memo 10-23-19 |
*This was tabled to date and time certain June 9, @7 PM by virtual Zoom Mtg.*
BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION
NOTICE OF VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING
The Berlin Township Zoning Commission will hold a virtual hearing May 12, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of considering a zoning application, designated as BZC 20-001 filed by M/I Homes of Central Ohio, LLC, 3 Easton Oval, Suite 420, Columbus, OH 43219. The applicant is requesting approval of a preliminary development plan to rezone, Parcel #41824001054005, Berlin Station Road, Delaware, OH 43015 from Farm Residential District (FR-1) to Planned Residential District (PRD), 62.7 ± acres, 91 single family lot subdivision, Berlin Farm. 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 Please note, this meeting in its entirety will be conducted virtually. Public will have the right to comment by joining the meeting live with an invite link. The link for the meeting will be made available on the township website and the township Facebook page before the meeting date and time. 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 join us virtually.
Invite Link, ID & Password
Meeting ID: 343 049 8766
BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION
Steve Flaherty, Chairman
Application | Zoning Text | Letter of Transmittal | Adjacent Owners | Zoning Description and Plat | Illustrated Development Plans | Landscape Plans | Utility Plans | Investigation of Waters | Recorded Deed Restrictions | Cluster Box Units
*Berlin Township new trash hauler is Rumpke starting in February 2019* open here for the flyer with information
The Berlin Township Fire Prevention Office performs fire inspections annually to all of the 135 plus businesses located within the township. Responsibilities include enforcing the Ohio State Fire Code as it relates to new construction, remodeling of businesses, change of business usage in an existing structure and annual fire inspections to all commercial properties.
Visit the Fire Prevention page and discover tips to help you prevent fires at your location.
We’re here to help
The zoning office is here to assist you with all zoning issues and regulations. Please contact us for help and/or information before you decide to embark on a project. We will endeavor to be of assistance in any way possible.
Zoning Commission meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. Starting at 7 PM at 3271 Cheshire Rd., Delaware, OH 43015
Zoning Appeals meet as needed at 7 PM at 3271 Cheshire Rd., Delaware, OH 43015
- Africa Road
- Berlin Station Road
- Cheshire Road
- Dunham Road
- Gregory Road
- Lackey Old State Road
- N 3 B’s & K Road
- N Old State Road
- Peachblow Road
- S Old State Road