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.

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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.

March 21, 2018 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

(Meeting Cancelled Due to a Lack of Agenda Items)

March 7, 2018 Plan Commission Meeting

Case #PC-04-18:  6755 North Cicero Avenue – Amendment to Ordinance No. 2017-3265 Related to Previously Granted Special Sign Approval and Variations

Request:  Consideration of a request by property owner Phil Stefani, Managing Member of Stefani Restaurant Group, to amend approvals and relief previously granted in Ordinance No. 2017-3265 to permit a revised sign design for a pole sign and a Variation to allow an increase in the maximum permitted wall sign area.

(The Petitioner has requested that this Case be continued to the April 4, 2018 Plan Commission Meeting)

Case #PC-05-18:  6755 North Cicero Avenue – Amendment to Ordinance No. 2017-3265 Related to a Previously Granted Variation for Parking Space Quantity

Request:  Consideration of a request by property owner Phil Stefani, Managing Member of Stefani Restaurant Group, to amend the approved relief previously granted in Ordinance No. 2017-3265 to permit a Variation to further decrease the minimum number of required off-street parking spaces from the previously-approved 51 spaces to 47 spaces, on a seasonal basis, to permit installation of a temporary outdoor seating area and enclosure.

(The Petitioner has requested that this Case be continued to the April 4, 2018 Plan Commission Meeting)

Case #PC-03-18:  3900-3910 West Devon Avenue – Two-Lot Consolidation, Special Use for the Resulting Lot, and Variations for Greater Than One Monument Sign, Monument Sign Landscaping, and Monument Sign Setback

Request:  Consideration of a request by property owner Sacred Learning NFP for a Variation to permit consolidation of the properties commonly known as 3900 West Devon Avenue and 3910 West Devon Avenue. The Petitioner additionally seeks Special Use approval to permit parking in the Front and Corner Side Yards of the resulting lot, and Variations to:  1) permit a second monument sign on the consolidated property; 2) waive the requirement for landscaping around the second monument sign; and 3) permit the second monument sign to be set back less than ten feet from Front and Corner Lot side lot lines.

Case #PC-02-18:  Zoning Code Text Amendment – Changeable Sign Frames in the P, Public Open Space/Recreation/Park District

Request:  Village Board Referral of a Zoning Code Text Amendment to consider modifying the permissibility and regulations for informational signage in the P, Public Open Space/Recreation/Park District.  This text amendment would allow the Lincolnwood Parks and Recreation Department to install sign frames in public parks within the ten-foot setback currently required for freestanding signs.

Workshop:  Potential Zoning Text Amendments to Modify the Permissibility of Electronic Signs, Certain Temporary Signs, and the Location of Permanent/Temporary Signs on Non-Residential Properties

Request:  Workshop to discuss possible Text Amendments to Village Zoning Code Article XI, Signs, to modify the permissibility of Electronic Signs, certain Temporary Signs and the location of Permanent/Temporary Signs on Non-Residential Properties.

February 21, 2018 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

Case #ZB-02-18:  7001 North Lawndale Avenue and 7015-7017 North Central Park Avenue – Special Fence Approval and Variations for a Masonry Wall

Request:  Consideration of a request by the Village of Lincolnwood, property owner, to allow an existing masonry wall to remain and the installation of a new masonry wall on portions of municipal property.  The existing and proposed walls require approval of a Special Fence based on the masonry design, Variations related to the proposed eight-foot height of the wall, and its location on the properties.

(Approved by a 7-0 Vote)