Planning, Zoning & Appeals Board Alternate Vacancy

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Planning, Zoning & Appeals Board Alternate Vacancy
The City is now accepting applications for interested volunteers to serve as the Alternate Member of the Planning, Zoning and Appeals (PZA) Board to fill a term of 3 years.
  • Eligibility Requirement Per Land Development Code Sec. 2-82; All members of the board must either own property in the City or be a resident of the City.
  • Term Length: 3 years or the remainder of a vacated term
  • Meetings: 1st Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM
Duties of the PZA Board
  • Hear and decide appeals when it is alleged there is an error in any order, requirement, decision or determination made in the enforcement of land development regulations.
  • Serve as the local planning agency for the City.
  • Review matters referred to it and hold meetings and public hearings for purposes of reviewing such matters and making a decision or making a recommendation to the city commission when required.
  • Transmit to the proper governmental bodies or agencies its written recommendations, where such recommendations are provided for in the Land Development Code.
  • Recommend to the city commission for approval, internal procedures and changes to the Land Development Code or the official future land use and zoning designations for properties within the City.
  • Ensure that the applications that come before it are not approved until all requirements of the Land Development Code have been met.
  • Perform any other duties lawfully assigned to it.
  • Upon the absence of a regular board member, the alternate member shall be a voting member of the board
The City Commission will appoint an eligible volunteer from the submitted applications for this vacancy.  The appointment will be announced at a regularly scheduled City Commission meeting.
You may obtain an application by visiting the City website at Human Resources>Open Positions or by contacting the City Clerk’s office at (386) 437-7500, ext. 5 or  Applications must be turned in to the City Clerk Office either in person at 604 E. Moody Blvd. Unit 6 or by email to and  Applications will be accepted until the City Commission makes an appointment.
For questions specific to the operations and meetings of this Board, please contact the Community Development Department at 386-437-7516. 
Thank you for your interest and support of the City of Bunnell.