Overview Any application to amend the City of Snellville Zoning Ordinance, including the Official Zoning Map of Snellville and the Land Use Plan of Snellville, must first be submitted to the Snellville Planning Commission for review and recommendation. The Planning Commission, comprised of six (6) volunteer Snellville citizens having been appointed to the Commission by the Mayor and Council, will hold an open meeting on each application in accordance with the Meeting Schedule adopted by the Mayor and Council. Staff recommendations on each application are submitted to the Planning Commission in advance of the open meeting. With each application, the Planning Commission will investigate and make a recommendation as to each of the matters set forth in Section 15.2(2)(g) and/or 15.2(3)(e) of the Zoning Ordinance for approval, denial, deferral, withdrawal without prejudice or no recommendation. A written report of the Planning Commission’s investigation and recommendation, along with the investigation and recommendation of the Planning Department, is then submitted to the Mayor and Council and become public record. When and where does the Planning Commission meet? The Planning Commission meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month (or as scheduled) at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Please see the Planning Commission's current agendas section for current meeting, cancellation or postponement notices. Who are the Planning Commission members? The Planning Commission is comprised of six (6) member posts, each appointed by the Mayor and Council to a two-year term beginning July 1. A listing of current Planning Commission members and email addresses is provided below. POST MEMBER EMAIL TERM EXPIRES 1 Leo Armstead Email 6/30/2019 2 Rachel Barnes Email 6/30/2020 3 Albert Henry Email 6/30/2020 4 Baron Griffin (Vice-Chair) Email 6/30/2020 5 Diane Harrell Email 6/30/2019 6 Bill Kingsbury (Chair) Email 6/30/2019 How may I contact the Planning Commission members? Planning Commission members may be contacted individually by email using the email addresses provided above, or you may send written correspondence by mail to: Mr. Bill Kingsbury, Chairman Snellville Planning Commission City of Snellville 2342 Oak Road Snellville, Georgia 30078 I would like to attend the next scheduled Planning Commission meeting. When is it and what cases will be heard? To see when the next Planning Commission meeting will be and to read about the case(s) that will be heard at the meeting, please visit the Agendas page for a current meeting agenda and review of application(s), staff report(s), and map(s). Where can I read the minutes to previous Planning Commission meetings? You may visit the Planning Commission Meeting Minutes page to view and print previous meeting minutes. You may also search the Planning Commission Archive of Meeting Minutes for minutes not posted on the website. If I want to have my property rezoned, how do I do this? Changes to the official Zoning Map and Land Use Plan of Snellville require property owner's to submit the appropriate application with supporting documents. Please visit our Rezoning section of the website for rezoning information and applications. I am interested in becoming a volunteer Planning Commission member. Who do I notify and how can I be appointed? An Application for Board Appointment has been developed to identify and qualify eligible Snellville citizens who wish to volunteer their time and service to the City of Snellville and the Mayor and Council. Please mail your completed application to: Butch Sanders, City Manager City of Snellville 2342 Oak Road Snellville, GA 30078 Want to learn more about the Planning Commission? If you are interested in learning more about the Planning Commission, please contact the Planning and Development Department at 770-985-3514.