In 2018, Reynoldsburg, Ohio retained Calfee Zoning and OHM Advisors to re-write the City’s Planning and Zoning Code. Prior to this, OHM Advisors completed an update of the Comprehensive Plan which sets new goals for the City for the next 10 to 20 years. The land use goals of the plan relate strongly to the East Main Street Corridor, strengthening Olde Reynoldsburg, and promoting economic diversity and economic development.
In the Diagnostic Module, Calfee Zoning compared each section of the existing Zoning Code against the specific objectives and land use goals of the Comprehensive Plan. The calibration of the code’s regulations included a thoughtful and exhaustive evaluation of the desired development patterns in Olde Reynoldsburg.
The final code was adopted in Spring of 2020.
Columbus Metropolitan Area
Skills and Techniques
- Full Code Diagnostic
- Calibration of all Regulations and Standards
- Old Towne District Infill Analysis
- Development Pattern Districting
- Form-Based Coding
- Character-Based Zoning
- Recommendations and Considerations for Suburban Retrofit
- Presentations at all Adoption Meetings