The City of Pickerington 2020 Pavement Maintenance project will begin this week. The work will begin with curb and gutter removal and replacement in the Pickerington Hills Subdivision starting this Wednesday, July 29. Markers to direct residents where not to park will be posted. Pavement repairs on Long Road will begin Thursday, July 30. Please drive with caution when in the vicinity of the construction workers.
In order to provide a safer condition for the traveling public, changes are coming to the intersection of Windmiller Drive and Diley Road.
The City of Pickerington will permanently prohibit left turns from Windmiller Drive onto northbound Diley Road, effective August 6, 2020. Northbound travelers on Diley Road will still be able to make a left turn onto Windmiller Drive from Diley Road. The construction work will occur at night.
***Updated July 7, 2020***
All playgrounds, basketball courts and the skate park are now open. The following events have been cancelled: Friday Night Flicks, Summer Concert Series, Youth Fishing Derby and Youth Adventure Challenge. The Pickerington Safety City program has also been cancelled.
The Pickerington Community Pool is now open daily. Day passes are available for purchase online each day beginning at 7:00am.
New development doesn’t need to be complicated, and Pickerington is organized with a pathway that integrates the regulatory process that leads to quality development. The best starting point is to schedule an informal meeting to discuss your project so we can review how to go from concept to completion. Contact us so we can start working together.
Your end goal is to get your project built resulting in a Certificate of Occupancy. Some of the below processes can happen concurrently, and we’ll be with you every step of the way. The following flowchart can help you visualize going from concept to completion.
To understand the City’s process further let’s take a distilled look at the Big 3 of local development regulations: Zoning, Engineering, and Building.
How will the construction of your project relate to the site and infrastructure including streets, sewers, water lines, etc.? Following the Engineering process will lead to construction drawings being signed.
After getting your site zoned and engineered you’ll need to go vertical and build the structures that compose your development. You’ll follow the Building Process to get the building plans approved, fees paid, and bonding and compliance leading to a Building Permit.