The Board generally meets twice each month on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 6:00 pm. The Board meets in the Council/Board Chambers, located at the Government Center (151 Fourth Street SE).
The first Planning and Zoning Commission was organized and approved as a new appointed body by the City Council in October, 1949. The Commission is charged with the responsibility of proposing plans, policies and programs addressing the physical development and planning of the city. They act in an advisory role also for a variety of zoning ordinance and land development manual procedures.
The Commission consists of 9 members appointed by the City Council. The members of the commission are appointed for a period of 3 years and until a successor is appointed. There will be a President and Vice President elected by the members. The Planning Director shall serve as the Secretary. Five members shall constitute a quorum.
The City of Rochester Planning and Zoning Commission will propose and make recommendations on plans and policies to guide future development of City lands to ensure a more equitable, healthy, efficient, and attractive place for present and future generations.
- Thomas Hill, Chair
- Michael Walters, Vice Chair
- Brittany Wilson
- Peter Castro
- Kraig Durst
- Tyler Despins
- Jeremiah Harbach
- Ian Lochridge
- Krystal Gillespie
For Agenda, Meeting Packets and Minutes go the City's Meeting Portal.
For additional information please contact the Rochester-Olmsted Planning Department at 507 328-7100.