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Welcome to the

Far East Area Commission

WHERE WE ARE INSPIRING GROWTH THROUGH SERVICE, 

RESOURCES, AND DEVELOPMENT

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Zoning Applications

Zoning applications must be received by the Far East Area Commission no later than 10 days prior to the upcoming meeting, in order to be heard at the next meeting.  This deadline is to ensure the FEAC has enough time to notify all neighboring property owners within 125 feet of its exterior boundaries, prior to the application being reviewed.  

What's New?

 

2024 Reg Meeting Schedule

 

Tues January 2nd, 2024

Tues February 6th, 2024

Tues March 5th, 2024

Tues April 9nd, 2024

Tues May 14th, 2024

Tues June 4th, 2024

Tues July 2nd, 2024

Tues August 13th, 2024

Tues September 3rd,20234

Tues October 1st, 2024

Tues November 5th, 2024

Tues December 3rd, 2024 

 

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IMPORTANT MEETING INFORMATION!

Our meetings are located at the Far East Neighborhood Pride Center 

 

2500 Park Crescent Drive   Columbus  Oh 

The Far East Area  Commission's next regular meeting is June 4th at 6:30pm

Documents & Zoning Applications To Be Reviewed at Our Next Meeting Include:

  1.  BZA24-042 | 337 Naiche Ct 
  2.  CV24-044 | 1241 Manor Dr

How to Join Our Meetings

Our meetings are always open to the public.  Community members are encouraged to attend and are welcomed.

 

Our meeting location is at the Far East Neighborhood Pride Center.  

Located at 2500 Park Crescent Drive Columbus Oh 43232

 

This is located off of Brice Road near  Interstate 70.

 

The Far East Neighborhood Pride Center serves over 70 distinct, unique City of Columbus neighborhoods in over 36 square miles on the far east side of Columbus, Ohio.  Zipcodes served are 43209, 43213, 43227, 43232, 43004, 43068 and 43110.

 

For more information please contact:

 

Lynne LaCour - Far East Neighborhood Manager 

 

Phone: 614-724-0100

Fax: 614-724-0111

Email: LDLacour@columbus.gov

 

If You Would Like to Speak

For An Application or Agenda item: 

We always want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to speak and be heard. If we have a full agenda we may limit the time speakers have to a few minutes.  However if we find that speakers need more time, we can hold a special meeting and take the time to hear everyone.  All speakers can submit the following information via our Submit A Speaker Slip to the right, up until 3:00pm on meeting day.  We will also have Speaker Slips available at our meetings.

For Non Agenda Items: 

 

Please fill out a Speaker Slip to the right, up until 3:00pm on meeting day.  

 

Have A Concern? 

 

We represent you!  Members of the community who would like to have their concern considered for placement on the agenda at the next Far East Area Commission meeting are encouraged to submit written testimony via our contact form, or contact the Far East Area Commission Chair.

Submit A Speaker Slip

Full Legal Name of Speaker*

Organization*

Full Address Including House # and Street Name*

Email Address*

Phone*

Dropdown List*

Application Number/Topic*

Contact Form You Are Submitting*

* residents who submitted speaker slips previously for BZA24-042 do not need to resubmit for June 4th.

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Columbus is Changing & Growing

  • New Columbus residents since 2010: 120,000

  • Projected regional population by 2050: 3 million

  • To make up for our housing shortage and keep up with growth, our region needs to double the number of new units built each year.


An updated zoning code is an important part of guiding growth in a smart and equitable way.

See the Code Proposal at the Zone In Gallery

In April, the City of Columbus will introduce a proposal to modernize the zoning on Columbus corridors.
We’ve created the Zone In Gallery – an interactive space where you can learn all about it.

If you are organizing a group visit to the Gallery

call or email us at: 

ZoningUpdate@columbus.gov or 614-645-5343

YouTube Project Update Webinar:

https://youtu.be/txAfWJlgHcY

Plan your Zone In Gallery visit

The Zone in Gallery, located at 141 N. Front St., will be open six days a week during the proposal’s public comment period. Tours and appointments are available from April 9 through June 7:

  • Open Hours: for the public, with tours starting every 30 minutes

  • Area Commission Hours: for area commissioners or civic association members

  • 1:1s or Special Request: for property owners subject to revised zoning, with individual consultations

  • Group Events and tours for community and professional groups

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Stay Updated

Stay in the know on project updates and

opportunities to make your voice heard

Questions

Send your questions by email or call us at:

ZoningUpdate@Columbus.gov

614-645-5343

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Creating an inclusive and equitable new chapter for Eastland requires a bold, long-term vision. This consists of a framework that centers around people, places, and opportunity. It is critical to identify the needs, challenges, and opportunities for all the stakeholders within the Eastland community, from housing to education to employment to history and culture.

To create a community-driven vision, this planning process will engage Eastland area stakeholders who live, work, worship, play, and learn in the community. This will ensure the Eastland Community Plan will be a successful roadmap to a bright future for everyone.

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