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  • Held the first Thursday of each month at 5:00 P.M.
  • The deadline for submitting applications is two weeks before the meeting.
  • The meeting may be canceled if there are no cases received before the deadline.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Voting Members

  • Karen Strider-Iiames (President)
  • Scott Cunningham (Vice President)
  • Brad Rarick (Secretary)
  • Zachary Williams (Member)
  • Andrew Gough (Council Representative)


  • William J. Singer, Jr. (Development Director)
  • Marla Goodrich (Clerk)


The Administrative Board for Planning and Zoning Appeals (Planning Commission) is comprised of 5 members, 4 volunteer residents and one Council Member, all appointed by City Council.  The Planning Commission reviews all subdivision and rezoning requests making a recommendation to City Council, who makes the final decision.  In addition, the Planning Commission will make a final determination on administrative appeals, variances, special exceptions, and conditional uses.

Building, Permits, Code Enforcement & Zoning

The Building and Zoning Department is responsible for approving residential building permits and conducting inspections. It also handles Code Enforcement issues, Garage Sale Permits, and the Do Not Solicit List


**We accept checks made payable to: "The City of Englewood", 
cash, money order, and credit cards (online and in person.)                                                            Applications will not be processed until
application fees are paid.**

Building Permits 

. To view the selected changes in PDF form, click here. To view the BBS Code Change Summary, click here Plumbing permits are processed through Montgomery County 

Permit Types

Code Enforcement

Property Maintenance Requirements
The City of Englewood's Property Maintenance Code ensures that all residents comply with basic property maintenance standards which help maintain property values. City code enforcement officers regularly visit our neighborhoods to make sure exteriors of properties are maintained.

Economic Development

Who Imposes This Tax?

In Ohio, all real and personal property taxes are calculated by the County Auditor and collected by the County Treasurer in each county. The amount of tax levied is based upon inside millage established by state law as well as specific tax levies passed by the voters in each jurisdiction. Property tax in Ohio is levied in one year and collected in the next year.

Tax Rate Calculation

The estimated market value of your property, as determined by an appraisal process supervised by the County Auditor, is multiplied by 35% to obtain the taxable value. The taxable value is multiplied by the appropriate tax rate to establish the annual gross property tax. The gross property tax may be further reduced by state credits for non-business use and owner-occupied properties, as well as homestead exemptions as appropriate.


In addition to property taxes, your tax bill may include separate charges or assessments for weed cutting; sidewalks, curbs and other improvements; and delinquent water and refuse charges.

Your Tax Bill

The property owner of record typically receives a property tax bill in late January of each year. The tax bill can be paid in full by the due date in late February or one half of it can be deferred until the due date in July. Payments should be sent to the Montgomery County Treasurer.

Other Questions

Contact the Montgomery County Auditor's Office at 937-225-4326 or the County Treasurer's Office at 937-225-4010.

Property Tax Resources


  • EMS: We strive to provide not only the quickest, but also the best care available. With abilities such as 12 Lead ECG's, Lucas devices and new advanced procedures; we provide top-notch care.
  • Fire Prevention: It is a proven fact that fire prevention is the most effective way we have to save lives and property from fire. From school talks to fire extinguisher demonstrations, fire prevention is always a top priority.
  • Fire Safety Inspections: In order to ensure fire safety in the workplace and in places of public assembly, we perform routine fire inspections.
  • Fire Suppression: Fire suppression is the oldest known task delegated to fire departments. The art of suppression has come a long way, and we provide the best possible protection with state of the art equipment and quick response times.
  • HazMat Mitigation: Hazardous materials are becoming more and more of a threat to both people and the environment. Our fire department, along with the Dayton Regional Haz-Mat Team, strives to provide response capabilities to all known hazards.
  • Specialized Rescue: Victims are not always in a location that is easy to get to, whether they be jammed inside a crushed car or buried in a collapsed building. This is why specialized rescue is a specialty of ours.
  • Child Safety Seat Inspections: Call 836-2399 to schedule a child safety seat inspection.

2022 Fire Collaborative Statistics
Total Emergency Calls: 7,148
  • Station 81: 1,173
  • Station 85: 2,745
  • Station 98: 2,616
  • Station 99: 2,208
2022 Overall Fire Collaborative Response Time

3 minutes, 54 seconds

Other Information


ISO Rating: Current ISO rating is 2

ood, located in northwest Montgomery County, is a thriving community that is committed to economic development. We are uniquely located in the Dayton metro area, less than 10 minutes from the Dayton International Airport, and positioned with two direct access points to Interstate 70, and just 5 miles west of Interstate 75.

     Englewood is aggressive in attracting new businesses and retaining our current ones. The city owns land available for development in two active industrial parks, that is shovel ready, with interstate frontage. Englewood has a distinctive history and character proven attractive to small and mid-size employers who wish to take advantage of a location in Englewood. With outstanding access, Englewood is ideally situated for residents and businesses. The city boasts a strong employee base, diverse housing choices, numerous parks with outdoor recreational opportunities, and a business-friendly municipal government.

Englewood was named best overall community in the Dayton-Springfield metro area, according to Smart Moves TM, a computer software product that ranks over 10,000 communities nationwide!

There's plenty to do here - from our eight parks to the Earl Heck Community Center to the 2,000-acre Englewood Metro Park - rest, recreation, and relaxation are right here!