October 12, 2020
The Planning Commission considers all applications for final development plans and plats, and holds public hearings and makes recommendations for final action to the Governing Body for rezoning, special use permits and preliminary development plans. It also prepares the Comprehensive Plan and reviews the Capital Improvements Program.
All meetings are open to the public.
Learn more about the purpose and procedures of the Planning Commission and its committees in the Municipal Code.
Members of the 11-member commission are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Governing Body.
Rob Krewson, Chair
Holly Streeter-Schaefer, Vice Chair
David M. Hill
Edward “Ned” Reitzes
The Planning Commission meets monthly. Meetings are open to the public and posted on the city’s calendar.
A full schedule with application deadlines is also available:
Visit the link in the title of each upcoming meeting to see available agendas.
See All Agendas + Minutes
Planning Commission agendas are typically available one to two weeks in advance of each meeting.
Staff comments for each agenda item are available the Friday before the Planning Commission meeting.
Some agenda items may be continued after the agenda is published.
You can watch Planning Commission meetings live or on-demand.
The Planning Commission has four standing committees that represent major areas of responsibility of the Planning Commission.
Each standing committee has its own meeting times and agendas.
The comprehensive plan committee provides oversight to staff in the development of the comprehensive plan work program and the completion of the work program tasks, especially the annual amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. The Committee then makes recommendations to the Planning Commission regarding the annual amendments to the Comprehensive Plan.
The executive committee consists of the current chair, vice-chair and most recent past chair of the Planning Commission. The committee is responsible for reviewing the by-laws and standing rules of the commission for approval by the full commission and coordinates with the planning commission secretary on issues of strategic importance to the functioning of the Planning Commission.
The ordinance review Committee reviews ordinance amendment proposals with staff prior to consideration by the full commission. Ordinance amendments may be proposed by the City Council, the Planning Commission or city staff.
The site plan review committee makes recommendations to the Planning Commission on matters relating to site planning and architectural details of development proposals. Items may be recommended for committee review by the City Council, the Planning Commission or city staff.