Public Hearings and Other Petitions

Please note plans are preliminary and subject to review and modifications. 

The Plan Commission (PC) generally meets the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room.  The Plan Commission meeting is guided by the Procedures and Rules of Decorum.  The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) generally meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room.  The Village Board of Trustees (VBOT) generally meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room.  When meetings conflict with the holidays, they are rescheduled. Occasionally, Special Meetings are scheduled.

Submitted plans below are under review and are subject to change, based on final actions.  Meeting agendas are posted to the Village’s website with staff reports and other supplemental materials.  Agendas are generally posted 5-7 days before the meeting. 

Below are petitions that are under consideration before the VBOT, PC, or ZBA.  Petitions are removed from this website approximately 90 days after approval/denial from the VBOT.  For more information please contact Community Development at 630-620-5749 or cd@villageoflombard.org .

Case/Petition NumberPC/ZBA Date VBOT Date LocationProject DescriptionApprovals Requested
PC 24-04February 19March 7, March 211920 S. Highland AvenueConvert office building to K-8 private schoolConditional use for a school in the O Office District
PC 24-05February 19 (request to continue to March 18)
810 E. RooseveltAddition to existing drive-through restaurantAmend conditional use for a drive-through
ZBA 24-01January 24February 15, March 7
224 W. Crystal Second-story addition to existing single-family homeVariance for side yard and front setbacks
PC 24-03January 22February 1, February 15613 S. Main StreetProposed animal kennel, animal day care, and animal training businessConditional use for animal kennel, day care, and training
PC 24-02January 22 (request to continue to March 18)
665 W. North AvenueConvert Heron Point office building to storage centerConditional use for storage center in the OPD District
PC 24-01January 22February 1, February 15Village-wideAmend Office District to allow storage centers as a conditional useText amendment
PC 23-26January 22February 1, February 1560 Yorktown (Target)Tesla supercharging stationConditional use for motor vehicle fuel sales
PC 23-25December 18January 4, January 18105 & 115 W. Maple Street (Calvary Episcopal Church)Subdivision of property to provide for sale of single-family residence
Amend planned development, approve plat of subdivision

PC 23-24November 20December 7, December 21Village-wideAmend wall signage requirements in B5 and B5A DistrictsText amendment
PC 23-23November 20December 7, December 21Village-wideAmend exterior lighting requirements in B4A DistrictText amendment
PC 23-22November 20December 7, December 21Village-wideAmend landscape requirementsText amendment
PC 23-17/PC 23-17AJune 19, 
August 21,
September 18, October 16
October 19, approved

999 N Garfield and 1051 N Garfield

Off-site parking lot

Conditional use for off-site parking

PC 23-21October 16November 2, November 16717 E. Butterfield RdModifications to drive-through, freestanding canopiesModification to use exception for drive-through, setback variance for freestanding canopy
PC 23-20October 16November 2, November 16730 E. St. Charles RdMassage establishmentConditional use for massage establishment
ZBA 23-06August 23September 7525 S. Edson AveAddition to single-family residenceVariance for interior side yard setback
PC 23-19July 17August 17,
approved
2820 S Highland AveGame show businessConditional use for indoor amusement establishment
PC 23-18July 17
(withdrawn)
N/A10 W North Ave
(withdrawn)
Metal plating businessConditional use for metal plating business
PC 23-12/SPA 23-01phJune 19,
approved
N/A109 S Main StreetProposed wall signageVariance/site plan approval
PC 23-13June 19, continued to July 17, further continued to August 21September 7, September 21, approved
2001 S Highland Ave (Sonesta Suites)
Proposed conversion of extended-stay hotel into apartments
Rezoning, Comp Plan amendment, variances
PC 23-14June 19July 20,
approved
1005 N Rohlwing Rd (Crash Champions)Proposed freestanding signageVariance to allow two freestanding signs
PC 23-15June 19July 20,
approved
530 E North Ave (Shahi Banquets)Addition to existing buildingVariances for setbacks and transitional yard setbacks
PC 23-16June 19July 20,
approved
Village-wideAmend design requirements for attached garages on single-family homesText amendment
ZBA 23-05May 31July 20,
approved
222 N Craig PlaceProposed new garageVariance
PC 23-09May 15June 15, approved820 Parkview BlvdOutdoor play area for a therapy centerConditional Use
PC 23-10May 15June 15, approved on first reading  July 20938 E St Charles RdProposed expansion to the convenience store and a canopy over the gas pumpsConditional Use and Variance
PC 23-11May 15June 15, approvedVillage WideRevise sections of the Zoning Code related to: dictionary version, front entry garages, and accessible access ramps and stepsText Amendment
ZBA 23-01February 22June 15 approved on first reading, July 20327 S Lombard AvenueVariance for lot coverage on an existing patio Variance
PC 23-08April 17May 18, approved44 YorktownProposed signage for the D.R. Horton townhomesVariance
ZBA 23-03March 22April 20, approved302 W St Charles RoadProposed home additionVariance
PC 23-04March 20April 20, approved    DowntownChanges to the downtown fence codeText Amendment
PC 23-05March 20April 20, approved    837 S Westmore Meyers RdProposed garden center for Ace HardwareConditional Use
PC 23-06March 20April 20, approved    901 Ridge Avenue, unit 5Motor vehicle storageConditional Use
PC 23-07March 20April 20, approved    1300 S Main Street, unit G and HNew location for a massage establishmentConditional Use
ZBA 23-02February 22April 6, approved1161 S Finley RdVacant property that the petitioner proposes to construct a two-family dwelling on  Variance
PC 23-02February 20May 4, approved203 Yorktown, former Carson’s store at Yorktown Mall

Proposed 621-unit multi-family development on the site of the former Carson’s anchor store. Includes a 0.68-acre plaza/green space and façade improvements to Yorktown Center, where adjacent to the plaza development.

Planned Development amendment with variations


Public Comment

All persons desiring to comment on the proposed requests will be given an opportunity to do so at the public hearing. Written statements are encouraged and will be distributed to the Plan Commission or Zoning Board of Appeals and the petitioner if received at the Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Avenue, Lombard, IL, on or before ten days prior to the public hearing. Interested parties are also encouraged to attend the public hearing.

Written statements may be submitted in person, via mail, or via email at cd@villageoflombard.org .

For more information, please visit or call the Department of Community Development