The Midvale City Planning & Zoning Commission is made up of five members and two alternates. Members are appointed for four-year terms by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. The Commission is comprised in a manner to provide a balanced geographic, professional, neighborhood, and community interest representation of the community. Members are required to reside within Midvale City.
The Commission is responsible to make recommendations to the City Council on the General Plan, Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances, any amendments to these documents, and on subdivision applications. The Commission is also responsible to administer the adopted land use regulations with regard to conditional use permits, large and small scale master plans, master planned developments, and other duties as more specifically described in the City's land use regulations and the Utah Code.
Commission meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m.* The second Wednesday is a regular meeting; the fourth Wednesday is a workshop meeting. Regular meetings are held in the Council Chambers and workshop meetings are held in the Dahl Conference (Community) Room at Midvale City Hall, unless otherwise posted. All meetings of the Commission are open to the public; however, no comments are taken during workshop meetings.
Midvale City is committed to open access to government deliberations and decisions.
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