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The Rootstown Twp. Zoning Commission has an opening for an alternate member position. The position is open to any resident of Rootstown Township. The Zoning Commission meets on the third Tuesday of the month and reviews amendments to the Zoning Resolution and Zoning Map, as well as development plans. Anyone interested should email a letter of interest to rootstownzoning@sbcglobal.net.


The regular meeting of the ROOTSTOWN ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS for Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 6:30 P.M. will be held at Rootstown Town Hall, 3988 State Route 44, Rootstown OH.

On the agenda:

  1. An application for a variance from Section 310.04 to build a house on the same parcel as an existing house, to be removed once the new house is finished, on property located at 2982 State Route 44 in an R-1 district, submitted by:
    Edward & Sandra Sobel
    2982 State Route 44
    Rootstown, OH 44272

Those interested may submit comments or request to attend online (via Zoom) by email to rootstownzoning@sbcglobal.net, or to the dropbox at the Rootstown Zoning Office, or via mail to Rootstown Township Zoning Board of Appeals, 3988 St. Rt. 44, Rootstown OH 44272.

Jordan Michael, Zoning Board of Appeals Secretary
By Order of the ROOTSTOWN ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS


The Rootstown Twp. Park Commission has an opening for an alternate member position. The position is open to any resident of Rootstown Township. The Park Commission meets on the second Thursday of the month and serves as an advisory board to provide recommendations for the park. Anyone interested should contact Kevin Loughry at kevinloughry@yahoo.com or 330-714-1875.


Please be aware that due to the state COVID-19 mandates being lifted, that township meetings are now open to the public as before COVID. We would prefer that if you are not vaccinated or are ill, that you refrain from attending any meetings.


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Rootstown Township was founded in 1802 and is located in Portage County. Rootstown provides a mixture of living environments, shopping and restaurants while still maintaining its small town character. It is also home to the Northeast Ohio Medical University. With easy access off I76, it is a desirable place for its residents to live and work.

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