Commissions and Committees
The Planning Commission consists of seven members, appointed by
the City Council for terms of three years each. Members serve without
compensation and cannot hold any other public office or position
in the City while serving as members of the Commission.
The Architectural Advisory Committee was established to provide
enhancement of the natural beauty of the environment, and
to provide for the orderly and harmonious appearance of structures
and grounds in furtherance of the purpose of Article 45 of
Ordinance No. 1130, as amended, the Redwood City Zoning Ordinance.
The terms of Committee members are to commence and expire
May 31, of even numbered years. The Committee shall advise
the City Council, Planning Commission, and Zoning Administrator
on matters concerning building and landscape architecture,
site design, and signs.
Resources Advisory Committee
The Historic Resources Advisory Committee (HRAC) consists
of five members who are appointed
by the Planning Commission for terms of three years. The HRAC
was established March 10, 1980. The key duty of the HRAC is to make
recommendations to the Planning Commission which relate to
the City's Historic Preservation Ordinance.