Zoning


DIRECTOR
BOB SEYFRIED

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ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

The role of the Zoning Director is to issue all zoning permits, investigate zoning violations, respond to zoning questions from the public, and assigns street address numbers in all new subdivisions and vacant property. The Zoning Director works closely with the Township Zoning Commission, Township Board of Zoning Appeals, Township Board of Trustees, Clermont County Planning Commission, and County Building Department regarding all Township zoning matters. Since 2012, Bob Seyfried has served Goshen Township residents and business owners as the Township's Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Officer. In January 2016, Mr. Seyfried became the Zoning Director for Goshen Township overseeing the daily operations of the Zoning Department.







 


JEFF PREBBLE

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ABOUT THE PROPERYT MAINTENANCE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

The role of the Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Officer is to assist the Zoning Director and Township Administrator in protecting established community standards of property maintenance by investigating alleged violations of the Goshen Township Property Maintenance Code and ensuring compliance with the Code. The Property Code Enforcement Officer performs routine site inspections to ensure proper compliance with the Property Maintenance Code, responds to property maintenance complaints submitted by residents, investigates alleged violations, and works with violators to achieve compliance without the need for legal action. Jeff Prebble became the Township's Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Officer in July 2015 and since this time has worked with hundreds of property owners to become compliant with minor to major violations. Jeff Prebble has lived in the Goshen area for most of his life and previously worked in the law enforcement area where he retired from the Clermont County Sheriff's Office in 2009 after twenty-seven years of service. Mr. Prebble has extensive experience working with the public and enjoys the interaction with the citizens of Goshen Township.