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Posted on: October 10, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Planning and Zoning Commission Seeks New Board Member


The City of San Luis is looking for an interested candidate to fill an available seat for the San Luis Planning and Zoning Commission. Those individuals interested to serve the residents of the City of San Luis will need to submit an application through email.

The primary role of the San Luis Planning and Zoning Commission is to advise the Mayor and City Council as well as City Administration and staff on matters related to the orderly growth of the city, particularly in areas concerning the safety of all community residents, all while preserving their private rights as citizens.

The Planning and Zoning Commission consists of seven members who voluntarily serve a four-year term. The commission hears cases on land use and makes recommendations to the City Council on annexations, general plan amendments, rezoning requests, conditional use permits, preliminary and final subdivisions, and text amendments to the zoning code as requested.

The commission meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Applicants must be a San Luis resident, age 18 or over, have a professional or educational background in architecture, engineering, planning, construction, land use law, real estate, or other relevant field is preferred but not required.

To apply, please fill out a completed Boards and Commission Members Application and provide a letter of interest to serve on the City of San Luis Planning and Zoning Commission. Applications and letters can be emailed to the Office of the City Clerk at

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