Greenbelt

Advisory Commission

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​​​​The Greenbelt Advisory Commission is appointed by City Council and serves as the advisory body to City Council on all Greenbelt acquisitions.  The Commission is a diverse group of citizens with a wide array of expertise.  The Commission consists of one City Council representative, one farmer, one developer, two environmentalists, one  biologist and three at-large community members.


Chapter 42 of the Ann Arbor City Code: Open Space and Parkland Preservation Millage (pdf)

Regular Meeting Schedule for the Greenbelt Advisory Commission

All meetings will be held on the First Thursday of every month beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 2nd Floor of City Hall, 301 E. Huron, unless otherwise noted.

​Greenbelt Advisory Commissioner List - Calendar Year 2021

Chair, Jennifer Fike, Environment/Conservation Representative

Vice Chair, Elizabeth Riggs, Public At Large Representative

Robert Gordon, Environment/Conservation Representative

Rosanne Bloomer, Farmer Representative

Jason Boggs, Real Estate Development Representative

Sheila Schueller, Plant or Animal Biologist Representative

Elizabeth Lillard, Public At Large Representative

Julie Grand, Ann Arbor City Council Representative