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City Planning Commission

The Ann Arbor City Planning Commission is responsible for adopting and maintaining the City Master Plan and advising the City Council on matters relating to the future public and private development of the City.

City Planning Commission Members

Planning Commissioners may be emailed at planning@a2gov.org

Name

Term Expires

Eleanore Adenekan

7.04.2014

Bonnie Bona

6.30.2016

Sabra Briere, City Council Rep.

11.07.2013

Ken Clein, Secretary 

7.01.2015

Diane Giannola

7.01.2015

Paras Parekh

6.30.2016

Jeremy Peters

6.30.2016

Kirk Westphal, Chair

7.01.2015

Wendy Woods, Vice Chair

7.04.2014

 

Bylaws and Work Program

Committees

Meeting Schedule 

The City Planning Commission generally meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7pm in Council Chambers (2nd floor of Larcom City Hall) and has a working session on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.  
 

The Planning Commission meeting and petition review schedules are provided below:

Planning Commission agenda and packets are available at the City of Ann Arbor's Legislative Information Center

Meeting Minutes

Minutes are typically adopted by the Planning Commission the following month after the meeting. Approved minutes are provided in the City of Ann Arbor's Legislative Information Center.

Last Updated: September 15, 2013



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