Gahanna City Council on Feb. 18 will consider a request to rezone 3.87 acres at 219 N. Hamilton Road for a new Mifflin Township safety building.
Applicant Nancy White, Mifflin Township’s administrator, has requested that the property be rezoned from community commercial to institutional district.
The new public-safety building would house offices, dispatching services and other facilities for Mifflin Township and possibly other public-safety departments, according to the application.
The property is included in three land-use plans adopted by the city, including the Gahanna Land Use Plan, the Hamilton Road Corridor Plan and the Central Gateway District Plan.
The proposed public-safety building and its associated parking and green areas are consistent with the standards and goals of all three land-use plans, according to the application.
The Gahanna planning commission unanimously recommended approval of the project Dec. 19, 2018.
The council meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Gahanna City Hall, 200 S. Hamilton Road.