Zoning, Planning, & Appeals Commission
- 7:00 PM
- 2nd Wednesday of each month
- Schiller Park Village Hall
9526 W Irving Park Road
Schiller Park, IL 60176
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
About the Board
The Zoning, Planning, and Appeals Commission ("ZPA") exists under the Illinois Zoning Enabling Act and the state constitution of 1970. ZPA commissioners are appointed by the Mayor and Village Board. In most cases, the ZPA is an advisory board to the Village Board. Meetings are scheduled for the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall. However, the ZPA does not meet if there are no matters to consider so please check ahead before planning to attend.
Members of the Board
Chad Meyers, Chairman
Renee Tedesco, Recording Secretary
Mitchell Anderson, Staff Liaison
The Village’s current comprehensive plan dates to 1997, although it has been updated since, most recently in 2006. The ZPA considers all district plans and changes to the comprehensive plan. Work is complete on a new Comprehensive Plan which may be approved in the summer of 2017.
The ZPA hears all re-zoning requests for individual properties. When a number of changes have been made, the map is re-published in its entirety. View the .
There are occasions when the Zoning Code needs clarification or updating to meet current land use situations. The ZPA is responsible for maintaining and modifying the zoning code text and recommending pertinent ordinances to the Village Board. You can view the Zoning Code Online.
In rare cases, a building permit is denied based on zoning code limitations. Residents may appeal this directly to the ZPA which is the final authority on the matter. This requires a petition and appearance before the ZPA on a meeting night. View the .
Often, there is a need for relief from the strict interpretation of the zoning, subdivision, or sign code. One must complete a petition, you can find a copy of the , and appear for public hearing at the ZPA meeting. The ZPA will make a recommendation to the village board concerning the matter.
Variances to the sign code must be presented to the ZPA for recommendation to the Village Board.