Public Hearings and Other Petitions
FebrPlease note plans are preliminary and subject to review and modifications.
The Plan Commission (PC) generally meets the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Board Room. The Plan Commission meeting is guided by the Procedures and Rules of Decorum. The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) generally meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m in the Village Hall Board Room. The Village Board of Trustees (VBOT) generally meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room. When meetings conflict with the holidays, they are rescheduled. Occasionally, Special Meetings are scheduled.
Submitted plans below are under review and are subject to change, based on final actions. Meeting agendas are posted to the Village’s website with staff reports and other supplemental materials. Agendas are generally posted 5-7 days before the meeting.
Below are petitions that are under consideration before the VBOT, PC, or ZBA. Petitions are removed from this website approximately 90 days after approval/denial from the VBOT. For more information please contact Community Development at 630-620-5749 or email@example.com .
|Case/Petition Number||PC/ZBA Date||VBOT Date||Location||Project Description||Approvals Requested|
|PC 20-09||February 17||March 5||218 E St Charles Road||Request for a brewery with outdoor seating||Conditional Use|
|PC 20-04||February 3||February 20||Village Wide||Amend the Code regarding outdoor dining||Text Amendment|
|PC 20-06||February 3||February 20||800 S Parkview Blvd||Request to develop additional parking for a school (Soaring Eagle Academy)||Conditional Use|
|PC 20-07||February 3||February 20||330 W Eisenhower Lane North||Request to open an animal rescue organization||Conditional Use|
|PC 20-08||February 3||February 20||Village Wide||Amend the open space requirements for planned developments||Text Amendment|
|PC 20-01||January 27||February 20||451 E North Avenue|
|Request for a 4th story and a resubdivision, associated with a proposed Holiday Inn Express||Conditional use and resubdivision|
|PC 20-02||February 3||February 20||B4A Zoning District||Text Amendment to allow storage centers as a conditional use in the B4A Zoning District||Text Amendment|
|PC 20-03||February 3||February 20||850 E Roosevelt Road||Request to open a storage center ||Conditional Use|
|PC 20-05||January 27||February 20||1196 S Main Street||Request to open a massage establishment||Conditional Use|
|ZBA 19-07||December 4||January 9, approved||201 W Madison Street||Variance for fence height and location||Variance|
|PC 19-24||November 18||Dec 5, approved||101-109 S. Main Street||The commercial (southern) building is moving on the site plan, therefore a new public hearing is required. There are no changes proposed to the residential (northern) building.||Major Change to a planned development with variances|
|PC 19-23||October 21||Nov 21, approved||20 N Main Street||Rezoning, no redevelopment proposed||Rezoning|
|PC 19-22||October 21||Nov 7, approved||International Village Apartments, 1300-1366 S. Finley Road||New freestanding signs on Finley Road||Major Change to a planned development|
|PC 19-21||October 21||Nov 7, approved||960 N Lombard Rd||Addition of fuel tanks||Conditional Use|
|PC 19-19||August 29||Oct 3, approved||O, I, B1, B2, B3, B4, B4A, B5, and B5A zoning districts||Amend the zoning ordinance related to recreational cannabis||Text Amendment|
|PC 19-07||August 19||Oct 3, approved||600 W. Pleasant Lane||Annex the property to the Village of Lombard, rezone to R3 to allow for townhomes||Rezoning|
|ZBA 19-05||July 24||Oct 3, approved as amended||244 E. St. Charles Road||Allow for a 8’ tall fence in the rear lot of a through lot||Variance|
All persons desiring to comment on the proposed requests will be given an opportunity to do so at the public hearing. Written statements are encouraged and will be distributed to the Plan Commission or Zoning Board of Appeals and the petitioner if received at the Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Avenue, Lombard, IL, on or before ten days prior to the public hearing. Interested parties are also encouraged to attend the public hearing.
Written statements may be submitted in person, via mail, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more information, please visit or call the Department of Community Development