Welcome to Kinsman Township Zoning Department.
Address: P.O. Box 399
8070 Main Street
Kinsman, Ohio 44428-9503
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Zoning is the most common technique local governments use to influence the location and density of development. A zoning ordinance has two parts: a text and a map. The text describes the different land use zones, density standards, allowable and non-allowable uses, development standards, and the administration of the process. If you are looking for certain forms, maps or even just curious what the zoning regulations are, please check out the menu on the right. You will find all that information and more.
Sewer Area Construction Timelines
Phase II of the Kinsman Area Sanitary Sewer District officially broke ground December 2, 2013. Construction has begun in the Farmdale area and will slowly move towards the Kinsman area. Marucci and Gaffney Excavating, contractors who are in charge of construction on this project, have provided us with information of start and end dates for each area. Roads and streets have been broken up into areas called "alignments." Some may consist of only one "alignment," while others may contain more than one. To make it easier to see when construction is to begin on your street or road, we have just listed beginning and ending dates for each road or street. We encourage all residents to visit the site and make themselves aware of when and where construction will occur within the Township. Your knowledge of what is happening can keep both residents and construction crews safe as our community experiences this great change. To view the construction timelines click here.
Kinsman Township Comprehensive Plan
The Kinsman Township Board of Trustees and the Trumbull County Planning Commission are currently working on a Comprehensive Plan to study the future growth and improvements that need to be made in our township. The following survey was posted on a link which could be filled out online for those with computer access. Other surveys were distributed to local businesses around town for those who did not have computer access to fill out. We would like to thank those who took the time to fill out and return those surveys as well as the local businesses who cooperated in providing those surveys to our community.
To read the survey as well as the results, please click here.