Boards, Commissions, Committees
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This subcommittee consists of (3) three Councilmembers appointed by the Town Council to recommend candidates for appointment to Town public bodies.
This quasi-judicial board consists of (5) five citizens appointed by the Town Council to hear and decide appeals from decisions of the Zoning Administrator, as well as grant variances.
This subcommittee consists of (3) three members appointed by Town Council to help the Town create a sustainable economy.
This subcommittee consists of (3) three Councilmembers appointed by the Town Council to review and advise Council on Town finance and budget matters.
This non-profit corporation consists of (5) five citizens appointed by the Town Council that issues revenue bonds to finance projects defined under the Industrial Development Financing Act.
This is a non-profit corporation consisting of (5) five citizens appointed by the Town Council to assist the Town in financing the acquisition of real and personal property by lease or purchase; and financing improvements, furnishings, and equipment for any real or personal property.
This board consists of (9) nine members appointed by Town Council to review and advise the Town Council on parks and recreation facility needs, conditions, and program concerns.
This commission consists of (7) seven citizens appointed by the Town Council to make recommendations to the Council regarding planning, zoning, and other land use matters.
This board consists of (5) five members, (2) two from the public, (2) two from law enforcement and (1) one Councilmember appointed by Council to focus on public safety during retirement.
This subcommittee consists of (3) three Councilmembers appointed by the Town Council to review and advise the Council on public safety and traffic control matters.
This committee consists of (7) seven members appointed by Town Council to advise the Council on road and street improvements, maintenance, and funding matters.
This board consists of (7) seven citizens appointed by the Town Council to review and advise Council on Senior Center policy, budget matters, programs and services. This Board has several designated “committees” each of which consists of only one Board member these are not considered public bodies for Open Meeting Law purposes.
The UDO Update Subcommittee is an Ad Hoc Council Subcommittee consisting of (3) members of the Town Council to review issues and concerns, and make recommendations for amendments to the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) pertaining to property maintenance and other provisions wherein discrepancies or differences exist.
This subcommittee consists of (3) three members appointed by Town Council to review and make recommendations to Council regarding water and utility franchises and resources.
For miscellaneous public meetings that do not fit in any other category.
See the purpose and goals of this coalition online.
Current or Upcoming Vacancies (in bold)
- Board of Adjustment
- Industrial Development Authority
- Municipal Property Corporation
- Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
- Planning & Zoning Commission
- Roads & Streets Committee
- Senior Center Advisory Board
View the listing to the left for public body descriptions, meetings, and member information to see where you best fit in!
Click on the link below for Public Body Appointment Application. Application must include brief resume or summary describing relevant experience. Applications are accepted year-round. General recruitment occurs in mid fall for Planning & Zoning Commission and in late spring for all others.
Submit application or direct questions to:
Town of Chino Valley
Attention: Town Clerk's Office
202 N. State Route 89
Chino Valley, AZ 86323
Phone (928) 636-2646, ext. 1052
Fax (928) 636-2144
(new online submission form)
For those already appointed and desiring to continue serving on a public body.
| Open Meeting Law Disclosure Statement
Physical and electronic locations where meeting notices and agendas are posted.
Arizona Agency Handbook, Chapter 7 “Open Meetings”
Open Meeting Law material for elected and appointed officials and interested parties.
Open Meeting Law Training video - January 17, 2017