Boards, Committees, & Commissions
The City of Pittsburg has an array of boards and committees that support the city government by overseeing ordinances, planning and other official business in different sectors of the government. Members of these boards have been appointed to their position to improve the quality of life in Pittsburg.
Assists in planning and development of non-motorized transportation.
Reviews policy affecting airport operation, sets fees, and determines projects.
Considers requests for new and adjustments to building codes; reviews documentation regarding the qualifications of applicants for the building trades examination.
Acts as a deliberative and review body representing the interests of the downtown community.
Makes recommendations to the City Commission on financial applications of businesses that want to use Revolving Loan Funds and considers tax abatement requests.
Reviews and recommends programming, activities, and operating policies for the Pittsburg Area Farmers Market.
Reviews discrimination complaints of any kind and attempts to resolve or refer them.
Acquires and divests of properties with the goal of returning them to more productive use.
Review library operating policies, programs and facilities.
Reviews and recommends programming of events at the facility, fee structures, and operating policies.
Pittsburg residents who represent neighborhoods in all four quadrants within the city.
Reviews and recommends programs, activities, fees, and facilities for the department.
Reviews requests for variances in the zoning ordinances, establishes zoning districts and allowable uses, and reviews zoning regulations within the city.
Assist the City Commission and City staff to establish goals and priorities for future environmental protection practices involving waste reduction, recycling, energy conservation and natural resources.