The Planning & Zoning Commission makes recommendations to the City Council regarding all provisions of the General Plan, advises the City Council regarding the physical development of the City, and exercises functions with respect to land subdivisions, planning, and zoning as specified by Planning and Zoning Code and as set forth in the State Government Code and by the California Environmental Quality Act.
5 Members. Each Council Member nominates one of the five Commissioners for ratification by the City Council as a whole. Commissioners serve until the next Municipal Election (2 years).
|Doug Donaldson||Council Member Barnes|
|Ian MacLeod||Council Member Pilch|
|Megan Jennings||Vice Mayor McQuaid|
|Christopher Kent||Council Member Maass|
|Elizabeth Watty||Mayor Nason|
Meetings are governed by public notice requirements of the California Government Code and rules of parliamentary procedure as set forth in Roberts' Rules of Order. Three voting members constitute a quorum for all matters except amendment to the Zoning Code and election of Commission officers, which require four voting members to constitute a quorum.
Special meetings may be called by the Chair or a majority of three members of the Commission. Generally, no meetings are held in August.
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Correspondence sent to the Commission is part of the official public record and will be subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act. If you do not want your e-mail address or any other contact information to be made public, you may deliver communications via U.S. Postal Service or in-person to the address listed below.
City of Albany Planning & Zoning Commission
c/o Anne Hersch
1000 San Pablo Avenue
Albany, CA 94706
KALB Community Media records, live streams and rebroadcasts many of the City of Albany’s advisory body meetings. You can find archives of meetings below, arranged by date, with the most recent at the top of the list. Click Video to watch/listen to the meeting and view agenda documents, or Agenda or Minutes to see just the documents. You can also search the archives by typing keywords into the Search box, or download items to view later.