University impact district review board

The University Impact District Review Board (formally called the University Area Review Board) was established in 1992 under City Code section 3372.580 to preserve, protect and enhance the urban environment and neighborhood characteristics of the University Area and specifically discharge these duties within the University Impact District (UID - see map in Additional Resources).

The UIDRB is charged: To hear, decide, and take action on all applications for a certificate of zoning clearance and applicable permits or registrations, and when appropriate, issue a certificate of approval thereon; To review applications for a zoning change, variance, or special permit that may cause a stated guideline to apply and to forward comments to the appropriate decision-making body. UIDRB members serve without compensation and are appointed by the mayor with the approval of council. The University Impact District contains 2,310 tax parcels.

Contact:
Daniel Ferdelman, AIA   Urban Designer/Planner II
614-645-6096   |   dbferdelman@columbus.gov