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The Planning and Zoning Commission conducts public meetings and hearings for the purpose of reviewing and developing recom-mendations to the City Council on a wide range of matters pertaining to the physical development of the City. The Commission develops a comprehensive general plan for the community which, after adoption by the City Council, is a guide for the orderly development of the City by both public and private sectors. Members review all applications for zoning and subdivision ordinance text amendments, zoning changes, and planned development proposals; propose vacations and dedications of public lands, easements, and plats or replats of subdivisions; and review all proposed urban renewal plans and other items that are directed to them by the City Council. Click here to be directed to the Planning and Zoning website.

Effective January 1, 2012, Section 69.16A of the Iowa Code requires gender balance on those City Boards and Commissions required or governed by state law unless the City has made a good faith effort for a period of three months to appoint a qualified person. This affects and includes the Civil Service Commission, Human Rights Commission, Library Board of Trustees, and Planning and Zoning Commission.

Vacancies: none 

Established: 1918
Type: Advisory
Number of Members: 7
Term: 5 Years
Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, 4 p.m.
Location: Council Chambers, 5th floor in City Hall, 405 6th Street
Membership:
Must be resident electors of Sioux City; the majority of the members have to be public-at-large and not in real estate; members also serve on the Board of Adjustment.
 
Members:
Cindy O'Neill, Ryan Ross, Joe Krage, Jean Calligan,
Lee Beukelman, Suzan Stewart, Jason Geary
 
Click on the link below to complete an application, you will need a newer version of Adobe Reader to finish and email the application. We recommend you print or save a copy of your completed application before clicking the ‘SUBMIT’ button. When your application is received you will get an email reply from the City Boards and Commission inbox confirming receipt. If you have trouble completing your application please call 712-279-6313 or 712-279-6310 for assistance. The City Clerk’s Office accepts applications emailed in PDF format, mailed to P.O. Box 447, or delivered in person to 405 6th Street. Thank you!