Planning & Development

200 South Hamilton, Gahanna, OH 43230 | (614) 342-4015 | Fax (614) 342-4100
Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M-F
Planning   Incentives   Strategy   Economic Development
 
   
About the Department of Planning & Development

Gahanna offers a special quality of life that makes it a great community to call home for you, your family, and your business. The mission of Gahanna's Planning & Development Department is to reaffirm and strengthen this quality of life through community and economic development initiatives. The Planning & Development department consists of professionals specializing in planning, economic development and program administration all working together to serve the needs of the Gahanna community.

Economic Development Division
Bringing in new companies and helping our existing local businesses grow serves Gahanna through increased jobs and economic growth. Through targeted initiatives and programs, our Economic Development Division strives to grow Gahanna’s economic base through business retention, expansion and attraction activities. Click here to learn more.

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Planning Division
Planning for Gahanna’s growth and redevelopment in both the short and long term reinforces our community’s success. The Planning Division manages this growth and provides support for the City’s permitting, zoning and land use planning activities. The Planning Division also supports the City of Gahanna’s Planning Commission.


Building
200 South Hamilton
Gahanna, OH 43230

(614) 342-4010
(614) 342-4100 Fax

Zoning
200 South Hamilton
Gahanna, OH 43230

(614) 342-4025
(614) 342-4100 Fax

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M-F






Additional Information

Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce

Olde Gahanna Community Partnership

Gahanna Convention & Visitors Bureau


Columbia Gas Expanding with $38M Training Center in Gahanna
5/12/2016

Columbia Gas Expanding with $38M Training Center in Gahanna

Columbia Gas of Ohio is building a $38 million training center in Gahanna, allowing the natural gas utility to bring in hundreds of workers from around the state for training in a centralized location.

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City Releases Economic Development Strategy
8/30/2015

City Releases Economic Development Strategy

The City of Gahanna has released its Economic Development strategy. The purpose of this strategy is to identify the community's economic potential to attract and retain business and spur development in the city.  The strategy is intended to serve as a guide for policymakers, community stakeholders, local businesses and future investors.

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Gahanna Among Top 10 Recognized as American Cities of the Future
8/21/2015

Gahanna Among Top 10 Recognized as American Cities of the Future

Each year, fDi Intelligence publishes a report, American Cities of the Future, ranking cities in North America under five categories: Economic Potential, Business Friendliness, Human Capital and Lifestyle, Cost Effectiveness and Connectivity. This year, Gahanna was among those recognized as one of the winners and was ranked 9th best micro city in North America for its Economic Potential and Human Capital and Lifestyle.

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Property Owner FAQ: A Guide to Common Questions
8/4/2015

Property Owner FAQ: A Guide to Common Questions

Click the link above to view a guide to common questions regarding streets, utilities, snow removal, water and others.

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Shops at Rocky Fork
7/3/2014

Shops at Rocky Fork

The Shops at Rocky Fork Development is a transformative project located at the intersection of Rocky Fork South and Hamilton Road. The private sector, led by Wagenbrenner Company and Courtfield Properties, acquired 12 residential properties and will construct three neighborhood based retail facilities on the site.

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1/3/2013

City Encourages Property Owners to Maintain Sidewalks

Neighbors helping neighbors makes a world of difference during snowy winter days.  In the wake of recent snowfall, the City of Gahanna encourages residents and businesses to clear the snow and ice from sidewalks and curb cuts in order to help maintain the safety of pedestrians in our city. 


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