Zoning Board of Appeals

Meetings

  • 7:00 PM
  • First Tuesday of each month
  • Government Center
    Room 400
    115 E. Washington St.
    Bloomington, IL 61702-2400

Board Functions

The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) is a seven-member citizen board organized under the zoning ordinance to hear several types of zoning issues. These include:

  • Appeals of a determination made by the director of Building and Zoning
  • Permissions for certain uses under zoning named as special uses in the zoning ordinance
  • Requests for changes in zoning classification (map amendments)
  • Requests for relief from specific requirements of the ordinance through variance requests

Public Hearings

A citizen may apply for a public hearing, pay a filing fee, and present his/her case to the ZBA. In some instances, the ZBA makes a final decision on the request, but in most instances, the ZBA makes a recommendation to the full County Board for their final consideration.

Publications, Agendas, Minutes & Audio

Publications are available two weeks prior to the meeting.

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Agendas are available prior to the meetings.

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Staff Report Packets are available prior to the meetings.

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Minutes are available following approval.

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Audio is available following the meeting.

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Zoning Applications

Posted in order of appearance before Zoning Board of Appeals.

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Major Cases

See additional documents and audio related to ZBA hearings and issues.

Zoning Ordinance

McLean County Zoning Ordinance