Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall.
This is a nine member board composed of six citizen members appointed by the mayor; the mayor or his designee; a council member appointed by the council; and an administrative official appointed by the mayor. Members serve six year terms with the exception of elected officials who serve until the expiration of their elected term and the administrative person appointed by the mayor. Telephone calls and mail on Planning and Zoning matters should be directed to City Clerk Lynn Porter- P. O. Box 159, Trussville, AL 35173 (205) 655-7478.
The powers and duties of the Planning and Zoning Board are set out by state law and by local ordinance, rule, regulation or policy. This Board is responsible for the compilation and adoption of the city’s Comprehensive Plan (Master Plan) and its Subdivision Regulations. The Board is also instrumental in the development of the city’s Zoning Ordinance, and is periodically called upon by the City to assist in compiling ordinances pertaining to zoning or land development matters
The Planning and Zoning Board makes recommendations to the City Council on all zoning matters and on annexation. The Planning and Zoning Board approves or disapproves subdivisions or other divisions of property in accordance with established regulations.
Many issues before this board require public notice prior to the hearing. The cut-off date for submitting items for the agenda are as follows. Submittal requirements are not met until all required documentation and fees are received.
Zoning Change– Minimum twenty-one (21) days in advance of the meeting date.
Subdivision – Minimum ten (10) days in advance of the meeting date.
Annexation – Minimum ten (10) days in advance of the meeting date.
Other matters – Matters not requiring public notice must be received by 4:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the second Monday , for inclusion in the agenda packet distributed to each Board member at the workshop on that evening at 7:00 p.m. These workshops are a tool to assist the Board in becoming familiar with agenda items and information. While these meetings are open to the public, the workshop is not a venue for public discussion of agenda items. Persons who have submitted documents and have an item pending on the agenda may make a brief informational statement (not to exceed five minutes) outlining the request. No action is taken and no decisions are made at the Workshop meeting.
|Jane Bailey (Mayor’s Rep), Chairman||Oct. 31st 2020|
|George L. Bacon, Jr.||June 11th, 2020|
|Jesse Lincoln||June 11th, 2019|
|Ralph Robson||June 11th, 2021|
|Darrell Skipper||June 11th, 2022|
|D. Johnny Tarassoli||June 11th, 2018|
|Jef Freeman, Councilman||Oct.31st, 2020|
|Lynn Porter, City Clerk||Oct. 31st, 2020|