The Ohio General Assembly authorized the creation of county regional planning commissions in 1923 to ensure coordinated county development. The planning commission is made up of the three county commissioners, plus eight other members.
The Greene County Regional Planning and Coordinating Commission (RPCC) was created by local governments in 1981. RPCC guides the physical development of land in the unincorporated areas of Greene Country. Specifically, the RPCC oversees the administration of many county development regulations, including subdivisions.
Planning commissions also make recommendations for the orderly establishment of transportation systems, highways, parks, recreational facilities, water systems, sewage and garbage disposal, and other public improvements affecting the region. All county planning commissions send their plans to the board of county commissioners and city planning commissions for review and acceptance.
Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
These cards document pertaining to the process of assigning house numbers.
Contains the land use plan for Beavercreek and negative images.
The official copy of proceedings of regular and special meetings of the Regional Planning Commission, Planning Commission, Codes Review, and Solid Wast Advisory Group. Also contains several water quality studies and reports regarding Interstate 675.
Various reports, studies, and plans used by Greene County Regional Planning.