Portage County Regional Planning Commission
P.C. Administration Building, 449 South Meridian St., 6th Floor. 
Ravenna , OH , 44266-2274, US
Phone: (330) 297-3613
Email: tpeetz@pcrpc.org
Hours: 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M Monday through Friday

Subdivisions and Application Forms


To apply for a subdivision review or variance, print out the appropriate form (see below) and bring it to the Planning Commission office with the survey drawing and/or required supplemental information. Replats, major subdivison plats and variances are approved at the monthly Planning Commission meetings only and applications must be turned in one month in advance.
 
Click the link to meeting dates and application submission deadlines
 
For pricing of subdivision reviews and other services see: Pricing. 
 
 
Click this link for the Subdivision Regulations
 
Application forms for subdivision reviews are available in pdf format below:

A subdivision of land involving less than 5 parcels, any one of which is less than 5 acres, is a minor subdivision. Approvals for septic systems (Health Department) and central sewer (Water Resources) are required. All parcels must meet zoning requirements and the survey must have a zoning inspector’s signature. The review typically takes 3 - 7 working days.
 
A sheet to guide you through the Minor Subdivision process is available in pdf format: Minor Subdivision Procedures


The plat-replat application is necessary for any changes to lot lines in an existing platted subdivision or for a subdivision of land involving more than 5 lots and/or the construction of new roads to serve more than one lot. See Subdivision Regulations for requirements. A 30-day review and approval by the Planning Commission is required. See submission dates.
A variance is required if a person proposes to do something that is not compliant with existing Subdivision Regulations. A 30-day review and approval by the Planning Commission is required. Contact the Regional Planning Commission staff for information about filling out the form.
Any questions? See Frequently Asked Questions.