Jurisdictional Areas

Depending on your project’s location, you may be required to plan for how storm water runoff will be controlled, what erosion control strategies will be used during construction, and how the buildings will be designed to meet floodplain regulations.

Planning and Development staff reviews storm drainage plans in all Hamilton County townships and many municipalities. The remaining cities and villages either have their own regulations, or work with private engineers for plan review. You will need to contact these communities directly for information about drainage and erosion control plans. A Predevelopment Meeting with our staff is highly recommended to determine exactly what storm water and earthwork regulations will affect your project.

The following municipalities are under the Hamilton County Planning and Development Department’s jurisdiction:

  • City of Deer Park
  • City of Mount Healthy
  • City of Silverton
  • Village of Addyston
  • Village of Arlington Heights
  • Village of Cleves
  • Village of Elmwood Place
  • Village of Evendale
  • Village of Fairfax
  • Village of Glendale
  • Village of Golf Manor
  • Village of Greenhills
  • Village of Lincoln Heights
  • Village of Lockland
  • Village of Mariemont
  • Village of Newtown
  • Village of North Bend

The following municipalities contract for storm water review, or have other arrangements for storm water and erosion control regulations.

  • Amberley Village
  • City of Blue Ash
  • City of Cheviot
  • City of Cincinnati
  • City of Forest Park
  • City of Harrison
  • City of Loveland
  • City of Maderia
  • City of Milford
  • City of Montgomery
  • City of Norwood
  • City of Reading
  • City of Sharonville
  • City of Springdale
  • City of St. Bernard
  • City of Wyoming
  • North College Hill
  • Village of Indian Hill
  • Village of Terrace Park
  • Village of Woodlawn

For contact information for these jurisdictions, click here for their website links.