Pending Zoning Applications
Below is a listing, by the scheduled Public Hearing date, for zoning relief application(s)
which are pending consideration by the Village.
Click on the address or title to view additional information and the nature of the zoning relief requested. Public comment is invited at the Public Hearing. Documents related to each application may be inspected during business hours in the Community Development Department. The Village has also developed a story map which graphically shows significant developments in the community that are being reviewed or have been approved. This story map is available here.
Request: Consideration of a request by property owner Bais Medrash Binyan Olam (BMBO) for Resubdivision of the property commonly known as 6530 North Lincoln Avenue, a rezoning of one of the resulting lots, and amendments for both resulting lots related to building setbacks and parking lot design.
Case #PC-13-17: Public Hearing: Zoning Code Text Amendment for the Permissibility of Auto/Light Truck Sales and Service Uses as Special Uses in the O, Office District (Continued from November 1, 2017)
Request: Consideration of a Zoning Code Text Amendment to consider permitting Auto/Light Truck Sales and Service Uses as Special Uses in the O, Office District, as well as other potential regulations specifically related to Auto/Light Truck Sales and Service uses in the O, Office District that could be deemed relevant to such permissibility.
Case #PC-10-17: Continued Public Hearing: Zoning Code Text Amendment for Natural Screening on Residential Properties (Continued from November 1, 2017, October 2, 2017, September 6, 2017, August 2, 2017, and July 5, 2017)
Request: Consideration of a Zoning Code Text Amendment to modify the permissibility and requirements for Natural Screening on residential properties and adjacent Natural Screening defined as a Special Fence due to its location on public rights-of-way and utility easements.
Request: Consideration of a Zoning Code Text Amendment to consider modifying Building Coverage regulations as they relate to the construction of the two-car garage depending on certain property characteristics.
Request: Consideration of a request by Charles Hammonds, on behalf of SBLP Lincolnwood, LLC, property owner, to allow two existing monument signs to remain on the property, and to allow the installation of one additional monument sign on the property known as 3401 & 3501 Northeast Parkway. The requested approval requires the following Variations: 1) Variation from Section 11.04(1)i.1 of the Village Zoning Ordinance that states that no more than one monument sign is permitted per lot; 2) Variation from Section 11.07(5) of the Village Zoning Ordinance prohibiting an illuminated freestanding sign within 75 feet of a residential zoning district; and 3) Variation from Section 11.04(1)x of the Village Zoning Ordinance that requires a minimum of two-square feet of landscaping for every square foot of sign area on the monument sign.
(Motion Approved by a 4-1 Vote for the Northeast Parkway Monument Sign)
(Motion Approved by a 5-0 Vote for the Pratt Avenue Monument Sign)
Request: Consideration of a request by Sebastian Jaromin, on behalf of Kazimierz Warias, property owner, to allow the construction of a residential addition at the property known as 3731 West Wallen Avenue. The requested approval requires the following Variations: 1) Variation from Section 3.07(4)a of the Village Zoning Ordinance requiring that detached accessory buildings shall not be nearer than 15 feet from the nearest wall of the principal building; and 2) Variation from Section 6.09(2) of the Village Zoning Ordinance requiring that not more than ten percent of the exterior walls of the second floor elevation, and not more than fifty percent of any façade consist of a non-masonry material.
(Petitioner Agreed to Table the Discussion to a Future Meeting)