Planning & Zoning Commission

Link: Development Services

The term of Office: Two Years
Meeting Schedule: Monthly, 4th Monday, 5:15 p.m.
Staff Liaison: Kim Hodde

Position

Commission Members

Term Expires December 31

1 Keith Behrens 2019
2 Marc Wamble 2020
3 Nancy Low 2019
4 Leroy Jefferson 2020
5 Deanna Alfred 2019
6 Calvin Kossie 2020
7 Lynnette Sheffield 2020

The Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) fulfills those planning and zoning responsibilities delegated to it by the City Council.

Seven (7) members are appointed by the City Council to serve two-year staggered terms. The City Manager appoints a staff member to provide support to the Board; to appear on behalf of City Council at all public hearings; to establish administrative procedures, and maintain all records of the Board.

As provided by the laws of the State of Texas and ordinances of the City of Brenham, the P&Z: approves or disapproves land subdivision plat or re-plats; vacates plats or re-plats; holds public hearings and makes recommendations to the City Council relative to creation, amendment and implementation of zoning regulations, use classifications and districts; recommends to the City Council plans, programs, policies related to future growth and development of the city; and performs other duties and responsibilities as may be referred to the P&Z by the City Council.

 
2019

12/16/19        
11/25/19     Packet    
10/28/19     Packet   Minutes  
08/29/19     Packet   Minutes  
07/22/19     Packet   Minutes  
06/24/19     Packet   Minutes  
05/28/19     Packet   Minutes  
04/22/19     Packet   Minutes  
03/25/19     Packet   Minutes  
02/25/19     Packet   Minutes  
01/28/19 Workshop     Packet   Minutes  
01/28/19     Packet   Minutes  
2018

12/17/18       Minutes  
11/26/18       Minutes  
10/22/18       Minutes  
07/23/18       Minutes  
06/25/18       Minutes  
05/29/18       Minutes  
04/23/18       Minutes  
03/26/18       Minutes  
02/28/18       Minutes  
01/22/18       Minutes  
2017

02/27/17       Minutes  
01/23/17       Minutes