Public Hearings and Other Petitions

Please 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 Hall 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 .

Case/Petition NumberPC/ZBA Date VBOT Date LocationProject DescriptionApprovals Requested
PC 23-08April 17
44 YorktownProposed signage for the D.R. Horton townhomesVariance
ZBA 23-03March 22April 6302 W St Charles RoadProposed home additionVariance
PC 23-04March 20April 6DowntownChanges to the downtown fence codeText Amendment
PC 23-05March 20April 6837 S Westmore Meyers RdProposed garden center for Ace HardwareConditional Use
PC 23-06March 20April 6901 Ridge Avenue, unit 5Motor vehicle storageConditional Use
PC 23-07March 20April 61300 S Main Street, unit G and HNew location for a massage establishmentConditional Use
ZBA 23-01February 22May 4327 S Lombard AveVariance for lot coverage on an existing patio Variance
ZBA 23-02February 22March 16, approved on first reading; Second reading is April 61161 S Finley RdVacant property that the petitioner proposes to construct a two-family dwelling on  
PC 23-03February 20March 16, approvedVillage WideText Amendment to clarify and amend height of detached garages and accessory structures Text Amendment
PC 23-02February 20April 20203 Yorktown, former Carson’s store at Yorktown Mall

Proposed 621-unit multi-family development on the site of the former Carson’s anchor store. Includes a 0.68-acre plaza/green space and façade improvements to Yorktown Center, where adjacent to the plaza development.

Planned Development amendment with variations
PC 23-01January 23Feb 16th, approved1280 S Finley RoadProposed day careConditional Use
PC 22-31December 19January 19, approved244-376 E St Charles Road and 35 S Stewart Avenue
Redevelopment of a two story animal hospital (Lombard Vet), small retail, and associated parkingPlanned Development with companion zoning relief 
PC 22-29December 19January 19, approved919 N GarfieldProposed addition to an existing mortuary Conditional Use
PC 22-28December 19January 19, approved255 E. Wilson Avenue and 1051 S. Hammerschmidt Avenue
Proposed addition to the Fleet Building on the the Village Hall Civic Center CampusPlanned Development amendment and variance
PC 22-26December 19January 5, approved1300 S Main St, Unit NProposed animal training facilityConditional Use
PC 22-27December 19January 19, approvedVillage-wideProposed text amendments to update and change parking regulations for non-residential usesText Amendment
PC 22-25October 17November 3, approved Business DistrictsProposed text amendment to make cultural facilities a permitted use in the business districtsText Amendment
PC 22-22September 26October 20, approved2300 S Highland AvenueRe-establish zoning entitlements for a restaurants at the propertyConditional Use
PC 22-23September 26November 3, approvedVillage WideProposed text amendments to update the list of permitted and conditional land uses in the zoning ordinance
Text Amendments
PC 22-24September 26October 20, approved450 E 22nd StreetProposed replacement to the freestanding signPlanned Development Amendment
PC 22-20July 18, cont'd to August 3October 20, approved4-44 Yorktown Center (Yorktown Convenience Center)90 townhomes (this would replace the previously approved apartment project)Planned development amendment
PC 22-18July 18TBD600 E Butterfield Rd, Lot 1Layout changes to lot 1
Planned development amendment
PC 22-02Feb 21December 1, approved 400 E St Charles RoadProposed 30-unit multi-family buildingAmendment to the existing planned development 

Public Comment

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 .

For more information, please visit or call the Department of Community Development