About the commission
The Planning Commission oversees implementation of and updates to the City's Development Code and Comprehensive Plan. The commission reviews and approves or denies applications for various types of land uses.
City Council's annual advisory group recruitment is open now!
|Theodore Bunch, Jr.||1/27/2021||Mayor||12/31/2023||—|
|Stacey Bartholomew||1/11/2023||Ward 2-a||12/31/2023||—|
|Diane Hunsaker VC||8/23/2017||Mayor||12/31/2023||1st|
|Bill Ryals |
|Circe Verba||1/30/2023||Ward 2-b||12/31/2024||—|
|Sonja Neperud |
real estate broker
|Karen Cardosa |
real estate broker
|JoAnn Miller C||8/24/2016||Ward 3-a||12/31/2026||2nd|
|Ron Green||1/30/2023||Ward 1-a||12/31/2026||1st|
C = Chair; VC = Vice Chair
Number of members: 9
Term of office: 4 years.
(Appointments within six months of position start date are considered full term.)
Membership requirements: No more than two voting members shall be engaged principally in the buying, selling or developing of real estate for profit as an individual, or be a member of a partnership, or officer or employee of any corporation or other legal entity that is engaged principally in the buying, selling or developing of real estate for profit.
No person shall serve simultaneously on the Budget Review Committee, Library Board, Parks & Recreation Commission, or Planning Commission.
No voting member shall be related to another voting member of the Commission nor to a member of the City Council closer than the third degree of either blood relationship or through affinity
Principal place of residence within the jurisdictional limits of the City of Albany. (Res 6797)
Each council member shall have one counterpart with nominations ratified by the Council. The Mayor has three appointments that are at -large; however, no more than four members shall be from any single ward of the city.