The City of Sharonville is currently working with a zoning consultant to assess the need for changes to the current Sharonville Zoning Code and we are seeking input on how the residents and business owners would like those regulations revised to address ongoing needs and concerns. We are asking that the public take a few minutes of your time to help identify any significant issues or concerns you may have regarding the current regulations. This is the THIRD of a series of short surveys that will be posted over the next few weeks.

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* 1. Tell us about your relationship to the City of Sharonville. Check all that apply.

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* 2. There may be some opportunity for new, higher density housing  along major corridors as part of mixed use developments or as a buffer between single-family neighborhoods and commercial areas.  Please check how appropriate each of these types of residential uses are for Sharonville and if appropriate, where.  You may select multiple areas where the types of uses are appropriate.


  Appropriate in any residential area Appropriate around the Downtown Loop Appropriate around Sharon Road and I-75 Appropriate along SR 42/Lebanon Road Appropriate in the Northern Lights District Not Appropriate in Sharonville
Single-family detached housing on similar sized lots as existing neighborhoods (no change with approximately 4 to 6 lots per acre)
Single-family detached housing on smaller lots (6 to 8 units per acre) 
Patio homes (one-story homes) on smaller lots
Duplexes (two units per building)
Fourplexes (4 units per building)
Low-intensity attached housing that looks like large single-family homes (4 to 6 units within one building)
Cottage home developments (smaller homes build around a courtyard or small garden/plaza)
Attached residential uses such as townhomes or rowhouses (6 to 12 units per acre)
Attached residential uses in moderate-sized buildings (3 stories, 12 to 18 units per acre)
Mixed-use buildings that include apartments

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* 3. When it comes to the design of buildings, choose one of the following options regarding what you prefer to see the City do as far as creating standards for new development.

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* 4. Do you have an image of an example of a great looking sign or commercial/street landscaping that you think Sharonville should be encouraging? If so, upload the image here. Images or files may be up to 16MB in size and can be in PDF, DOC, DOCX, PNG, JPEG, JPG, or GIF format.

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* 5. Do you have any additional comments regarding what the City should be doing to improve the zoning in Sharonville? NOTE: If you provided comments on the first survey, there is no need to repeat the comments as we have documented your initial feedback. Thanks!

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* 6. Please leave your email if you would like to be contacted about the process to update the City of Sharonville Zoning Code. Always feel free to check out www.Sharonville 2030.com for project updates. NOTE: If you provided your email address on the first survey, there is no need to add your email again.

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