Committee Members: Melody Damis, Darren Fava, Peter Iezzi (chair), Joseph F. Marino, Jaime McDonald, Roger Bruno, Ian Toner (vice-chair), and Brian Traylor.
Usually held the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00PM at the East Passyunk Community Rec Center, 11th 1025 Mifflin St. Check below for the next meeting’s date and location.
Below find our comprehensive list of all current and past zoning committee hearings, with the resulting decisions by EPX and the ZBA.
Latest Committee News and Events
Zoning Meeting: Wednesday, February 14th @ 7pm
The February Zoning Meeting will be held Wednesday, February 14th at 7pm at the East Passyunk Community Center at 1025 Mifflin Street. Open to the public.
945 Sigel Street (RSA-5)
For the partial demolition of an existing attached structura and for the erection of an addition at the 1st and 2nd floor rear and for the erection of a roof deck and roof deck access structure above the 2nd floor. For continued use as a single-family dwelling.
1630 South 7th Street (RSA-5)
For the erection of third floor addition above the existing second floor of an attached structure (max height 39 ft) with an accessory roof deck for residential use only with roof access structure. For use as multi-family household living with three (3) dwelling units.
The January Zoning Meeting is CANCELED–no projects to discuss this month. See you in February!
Zoning Meeting: Wednesday, December 13th @ 7pm
1616 East Passyunk Avenue (CMX 2.5)
1249 Pierce Street (RSA-5)
Zoning Meeting: Wednesday, November 8th @ 7pm
630 Pierce Street (RSA-5)
1146 McKean Street (RSA-5)
Zoning Meeting: Wednesday, October 11th @ 7pm
The October Zoning Meeting will be held Wednesday, October 11th at 7pm at the East Passyunk Community Center at 1025 Mifflin Street. Open to the public.
1950 South 11th Street (RSA-5)
Erection of an awning at the front of the building for a vacant commercial space at first floor and two (2) family household living above.
600 Moore Street (CMX-2)
Meeting to discuss potential re-zoning of the block between 6th and 7th, Moore and McClellan, and the subsequent development of 25 single-family homes on McClellan, 46 residential duplex units on Moore, one mixed-use building at the corner of Moore and 6th, and one mixed-use building at the corner of Moore and 7th (one commercial spaces and 3 residential units each), and 84 parking spaces.