The general purpose of zoning is to guide and regulate the planning, subdividing, and development of land in order to promote and protect the public health, safety, and general welfare. It is intended that the provisions of Rossford’s zoning regulations is to achieve the following objectives:
- Orderly development of land to obtain harmonious and stable neighborhoods.
- Safe and convenient vehicular and pedestrian circulation.
- Designs to allow ample public open spaces for schools, recreational, and other public purposes.
- Accurate surveying of land, preparation, and recording of plats.
- The assurance that subdivision improvements are properly installed and completed in compliance with the regulations contained herein.
- Coordination of land development in accordance with zoning codes and the Official Plan.
For information or questions on Rossford’s Zoning Code, contact:
City of Rossford, Zoning Department
133 Osborn Street
Rossford, OH 43460
Telephone: 419-666-0210, ext. 211
Office Hours: By appointment
Grass Cutting – Request for Proposals
The City of Rossford is advertising for bids for the seasonal service of cutting tall grass, cutting and disposal of noxious weeds, and removal and disposal of debris from nuisance properties within the City. To fulfill the requirements of Chapter 555 of the City of Rossford Municipal Code, proposals will be received by the City Administrator and directed by the Zoning Inspector. A list of locations and services needed will be provided by the Zoning Inspector and are to be cut within 48 hours of order. A before and after digital photo of evidence of the site condition will be required and will need to be submitted with invoice. Bids must contain the full name of every person and/or company interested in doing the work, proof of insurance, and proposal of costs to perform the above described services (cost per hour, additional labor cost per hour, list of hourly cost based on equipment and/or skill level). The City of Rossford reserves the right to make separate or combination awards and to accept or reject any and all bids, and to waive providing any information in the proposals received. The deadline for proposals for the April 20 thru November 1, 2020 season is: Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 11 am at the Municipal Building. Contact Mark Zuchowski, Zoning Inspector – 419-666-0210, ext. 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org or mail proposal to City of Rossford, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460.
Sidewalk Snow Removal
All sidewalks and shared-use paths within the City limits are to be cleared within twenty-four (24) hours of snow accumulation. Snow, ice, dirt and other debris shall not be placed in the street, gutter or sidewalk. Once the crews have cleared the street, do not push or blow the snow from your driveway or sidewalk into the street. This includes commercial plows. Passing motorists drive over the fresh snow, packing it down, and forming slippery patches when the temperature drops, resulting in a driving hazard.
Refer to the City website at www.rossfordohio.com to view Rossford Municipal Code 521.06. If such sidewalk/shared-use path is not cleared within the twenty-four (24) hour period, the City may cause such snow, ice, dirt or other debris to be removed. Upon such action, the City may charge such occupant or owner an amount equal to its costs plus 100 percent. To report uncleared sidewalks, contact the police non-emergency number at 419-666-5230.
To view the current zoning code, see: http://library2.amlegal.com/nxt/gateway.dll/Ohio/rossford_oh/municipalcodeofthecityofrossfordohio?f=templates$fn=default.htm$3.0$vid=amlegal:rossford_oh