Future Land Use Plan Update

City of Trotwood

Trotwood, OH

The City of Trotwood is seeking to hire a qualified consultant to assist us in creating a new land use plan for the city. The city would like this to be a very targeted and focused process, ideally with a 5 month completion timeline from August 2024 to the end of December 2024.

The city has issued an RFP, which can be found using the link below or our website: City of Trotwood Future Land Use Plan RFP

If you have any questions, please reach out to Tyler Hauck at thauck@trotwood.org.

Proposals are due to the City of Trotwood by June 27, 2024 no later than 5:00 p.m.

Community Overview:

The City of Trotwood resides to the northwest of the City of Dayton in Montgomery County, Ohio. The city is home to approximately 23,000 residents across 30.5 square miles. In 1996 the City of Trotwood and Madison Township merged into one. This created was a city that now has two identities, an urban core with a substantial amount of farm land and agricultural uses surrounding it. Today the city has a wide mix of residential, ranging from apartment complexes to rural single-family farmhouses. There is also a significant industrial presence that is continuing to grow, with commercial not being as present as it was previously within the community.

The Hara Arena was located in Trotwood and was home to sports teams and concerts from 1964 to its closure in 2016; it helped support a large amount of commercial activity along Salem Avenue, such as the former Sears building and the Salem Mall site. The Trotwood City Council enacted moratoriums for the following uses while the new future land use plan is being developed: three and four family dwellings, multi-family development, warehousing, self-storage, and marijuana-related businesses. These moratoriums are set to expire December 31, 2024.

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Thursday, June 27, 2024

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