Below is a listing, by the scheduled Public Hearing date, for zoning relief applications
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.
Case #PC-12-19: 7101, 7111, and 7125 North Lincoln Avenue & 4255 and 4301 West Touhy Avenue — Amend and Restate Previously-Adopted Ordinances for a Planned Unit Development with Modifications, Special Uses for Parking in the Front Yard and a Special Fence, and Rezone Property at 7125 North Lincoln Avenue from B-3, Village Center PD to B-1, Traditional Business Zoning District (Loeber Motors)
Request: Consideration of a request by Loeber Motors Inc., Petitioner, as authorized by Loeber Clark Street Limited Partnership, property owner, to: 1) rezone the property at 7125 North Lincoln Avenue from B-3, Village Center PD to B-1, Traditional Business Zoning District; 2) approve a Special Use to permit existing and proposed off-street parking in a Front Yard at all five addresses; 3) approve a Special Use to authorize an existing wrought iron fence as a Special Fence at 4255 West Touhy Avenue; and 4) amend and restate Ordinances previously adopted between 2002 and 2007 related to a Planned Unit Development, all for the properties at 7101, 7111, and 7125 North Lincoln Avenue & 4255 and 4301 West Touhy Avenue. The requested amended and restated PUD for the existing and proposed buildings at the above addresses includes, without limitation, modifications to the minimum build-to-line, screening of rooftop equipment, driveway widths, building materials and roof treatments, site lighting, parking size and configuration, off-street parking lot perimeter and interior landscaping, foundation landscaping, wall signage, and building height. At this Hearing, the Plan Commission may also consider any additional zoning and subdivision relief that is discovered during the review of this case.
Request: Village Board referral of a request by Ross Mahowald, DVM, Petitioner, on behalf of Lincolnwood Commons, LLC, property owner, to consider a Zoning Text Amendment regarding the permissibility of “animal hospitals/veterinarian’s offices” as a permitted Special Use in the B-1 Traditional Business Zoning District. During this Public Hearing, the Plan Commission may also consider other related Zoning Text Amendments during the review of the case.
Request: Consideration of a request by Ross Mahowald, DVM, Petitioner, on behalf of Lincolnwood Commons, LLC, property owner, to approve a Special Use for an animal hospital/veterinarian’s office for the property at 6927 North Lincoln Avenue. At this Hearing, the Plan Commission may also consider any additional zoning relief that is discovered during the review of this case.
Request: Consideration of a request by Sanja Kurtagic-Kadunic, property owner, to allow the installation of a second- story addition to the existing single-family structure at the property commonly known as 6827 North Knox Avenue. The proposed improvement requires Variations for a front yard setback of 20 feet to match the existing front yard setback, a side yard setback from the north lot line of 4.9 feet to match the existing side yard setback, and any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.
Case #ZB-03-19: 3701 West Lunt Avenue –Variations Related to the Location of a Dumpster Enclosure and Mechanical Equipment, Parking Lot Screening, Building Foundation Landscaping, Parking Location, and Loading Space Capacity
Request: Consideration of a request by Joe Tikotzky, Petitioner, on behalf of Larry Bowman, property owner, to allow for certain exterior improvements to accommodate a new office use at the property commonly known as 3701 West Lunt Avenue. The proposed improvement requires Variations to: 1) permit a dumpster enclosure and generator near the public right-of-way, building entrance, and pedestrian area; 2) permit a parking lot with no perimeter screening along the east property line, rather than the required landscape screening with a minimum width of eight feet; 3) permit a foundation landscape setback along the south side of the existing building with a width of five feet, rather than the required width of six feet; 4) permit parking in the interior side yard; and 5) reduce the required number of loading spaces to one, rather than two as required. During this Hearing, the Zoning Board of Appeals may consider any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.
Case #PC-06-18: Zoning Code Text Amendment – Sign Regulations for Large-Scale Developments, Freestanding Sign Location, Portable Sign Requirements, and Temporary Signage (Continued from May 2, 2018, June 6, 2018, July 5, 2018, July 10, 2018, July 24, 2018, September 5, 2018, October 4, 2018, November 7, 2018, December 5, 2018, December 20, 2018, January 3, 2019, February 6, 2019, March 6, 2019, and April 4, 2019)
Request: Consideration of a Village Board Referral of Zoning Code Text Amendments proposed to modify the permissibility and requirements for certain signage including: 1) Permitting Electronic Message Signs, with specific regulations, for properties and/or developments deemed to be “large-scale”; 2) Amending existing regulations related to Temporary Signs for Special Events and Grand Openings; 3) Permitting Temporary Sign Coverings/Panels on Freestanding Signs; 4) Amending required setbacks for Temporary and Permanent Freestanding Signs; and 5) Amending existing regulations related to specific design limitations for Portable Signs.
(Continued to August 7, 2019)