Planning Commission

A Planning Commission by state law is charged with the responsibility of making and approving a master plan as a guide for future development of the City and making careful and comprehensive surveys and studies of present conditions and future growth of the City with due regard to its relation to neighboring jurisdictions. The Planning Commission reviews all development and re-development proposals including site plans, planned unit developments, subdivisions and special exception permits. Recommendations for street or alley vacations and zoning amendments are forwarded to the City Council for final action.

Bylaws
Interested In Joining the Planning Commission?
We are looking for candidates who would like to be part of the planning and development of future growth for the City of Pontiac.

Membership: Consists of seven (7) members appointed by the Mayor and subject to the approval of city council. The seven members shall not hold another municipal office, except that one member may be a member of the zoning board of appeals or a member of the joint fire administrative and historic board.

The Planning Commission meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm at City Hall, 47450 Woodward Avenue, Pontiac.

Meeting Notice: A special meeting of the Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, July 24, 2024 at 6 p.m.
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Meeting Schedules, Agendas and Minutes


Names of Planning Commission:

Mona Parlove, Chair
Samuel Henley, Vice Chair
Mike McGuiness, City Council Representative
Vernita Duvall
Christopher Northcross
Tim Shepard
Sue Sinclair



Meeting Times: Meetings are held at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

Term: Terms of ex-officio members shall correspond to their respective official tenures, except that the term of the Administrative Official selected by the Mayor shall terminate with the term of the Mayor. The remaining six members' terms shall be three years, or until successor is appointed and shall be staggered as previously established.