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On July 16, 2019, Sharonville City Council enacted an ordinance to prohibit short term rentals (rentals of less than 30 days) of single-family homes, located in any single family zoning district.
View the legislation here.
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To obtain a City of Sharonville Building and/or Zoning Permit, complete the Application for Building/Electrical/Zoning Approval form. Please visit: Application for plan approval
Projects Requiring a Building and/or Zoning Permit include: • Above ground and in-ground swimming pools• Attached or detached garages• Building additions• Building remodeling• Carports• Decks/porches• Demolitions• Driveways (both a Zoning Permit and a Curb Cut/Driveway Apron Permit are required from the Public Works Department)• Electric• Fences• Gutters and downspouts• Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)• New residential construction• New roofs and re-roofs• Parking Lots• Portable Storage Units• Retaining walls• Sheds or other Accessory Structures• Window or Door replacements (if structural alterations are made increasing the size of the opening)
Building/Zoning Permit Fees (due once permit is ready for pick-up): Please refer to PDF of Fee Schedule
Submit the completed application, along with two (2) sets of construction plans/drawings required for your project to:
City of SharonvilleDepartment of Community Development10900 Reading RoadSharonville, Ohio 45241
Application(s) may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Failure to obtain zoning approval and/or doing work without a building permit is not permitted. If you have any questions please call 513-563-0033.
Please fill out the online form with as much detail as possible.
Please contact the Community Development department at 513-563-0033 and the complaint will be taken and assigned. An inspector will contact the property owner to cut grass of over 8 inches. Report a concern