Planning Commission

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The Planning Commission holds hearings in a public forum to review a multitude of projects related to land use planning for the City. The Planning Commission may also review proposed city ordinances, the annual Capital Improvement Plan, and other issues related to consistency with the General Plan.

The Planning Commission consists of five members. Commission members are appointed by the City Council. Each City Council member appoints one commissioner to serve a term concurrent with their term in office.

Current Planning Commissioners:  


Term Expires

Mark Crews


 Keith Jones  2020

LeeAnn McFaddin


Kevin Papineau


Mathew Pratton


The Planning Commission meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 380 Civic Drive. Planning Commission agendas, minutes, and staff reports are typically available after 5:00 p.m. the Monday prior to the meeting. To view Agendas, Minutes and Staff Reports, click here. Some meetings are cancelled; please check the latest Planning Commission Agenda to see if a meeting will be held on a particular date.

Click here to view Planning Commission Agendas and Minutes

How to testify at a Planning Commission meeting
To testify at a Planning Commission hearing, you will be asked to complete a speaker identification sheet at the hearing. If you are speaking regarding an item on the agenda, you will be called after city staff and the applicant make their presentations. Public testimony is usually limited to three minutes per person. If you are with a group of people interested in speaking on a project, it is advisable that the group designate one speaker. The designated speaker should identify himself or herself as the representative for the group.

If you are unable to attend a Planning Commission meeting but interested in providing comments, you may send written comments to the Planning Division prior to the hearing date and the comments will be distributed to the commissioners to become part of the hearing record.