Cleveland City Planning Commission

City Hall, 601 Lakeside Avenue
Room 501
OH 44114

Cleveland City Planning Commission

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The City Planning Commission, established in 1915 (as the "City Plan Commission"), is a body of seven members, six are appointed by the Mayor and one is a member of City Council. The Commission is supported by a staff of professional planners and architects. The City Charter gives the Commission responsibility for preparing plans to guide "development and improvement" of the City and its neighborhoods, and for reviewing all legislation and other matters that concern the "use or development of land.”

What we do:
• Neighborhood & District Plans •
• Comprehensive Citywide & Downtown Plans •
• Zoning Map & Code Amendments, Zoning Variance Review •
• Architectural Design Review •
• Streetscape and Other Public Improvement Planning •
• Transit and Transportation Planning •
• Subdivisions, Lot Splits & Consolidations•



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