WHAT IS THE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT?
The Zoning Board of Adjustment is a five member quasi-judicial Board appointed by the City Council whose primary responsibility is to hear and review requests for variances and appeals on matters related to the City of Crestview Hills Zoning Ordinances. It is not a legislative body with the authority to amend ordinances or create new laws.
WHY DOES THE CITY HAVE A BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT?
State Law allows local governments to have a planning board within their jurisdiction (KRS Chapter 100) and further requires that the government maintain a separate Board of Adjustment in addition to the planning board that determines cases in which lawful variances, conditional uses, and non-conforming uses can be granted by the Board.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment usually meets on an ‘as needed’ basis. The Board meets in the City Council Chambers at the City of Crestview Hills City Building located at 50 Town Center Boulevard, Crestview Hills. The Board generally meets at 5:30 pm.
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