Boards & Commissions
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The primary responsibility of the Board of Zoning Appeals is to interpret the provisions of the Fairfield zoning code and to hear and decide appeals where it is alleged there is an error in any order, requirement or decision of determination by an administrative officials in the enforcement of such codes.
The Charter Review Commission receives input from the public regarding the Charter and its provisions and makes recommendations to the Council for revisions or amendments to the Charter.
The Fairfield Civil Service Commission is responsible for administering and enforcing the Civil Service laws of the State of Ohio.
The Cultural Arts Advisory Commission serves as an advisory group to the Parks and Recreation Board on cultural arts activities within Fairfield with special attention to public education of the importance of arts programming, to enlistment of support from civic groups and businesses, and to exploration of cultural arts opportunities for the City of Fairfield.
The Design Review Committee reviews development plans in the Town Center (D-1 Zoning District). No building permit is issued without plan review by the Design Review Committee and plan approval by the Planning Commission.
The City of Fairfield Environmental Commission serves as an advisory body to the City of Fairfield Parks and Recreation Board for the purpose of promoting Environmental Stewardship and maintaining and increasing the amount of tree cover on public and private land in Fairfield by coordinating, initiating and publicizing activities that affect the Community Forest and Community Environmental Resources.
The mission of Fairfield Parks and Recreation is to enrich the quality of life for the citizens of the community, sustain the City's natural resources and environment, and provide broad based leisure activities, cultural opportunities, facilities and services for all ages.
The Planning Commission provides a vision for the ongoing development and growth of the city and its neighborhoods. It promotes and coordinates long-range planning, approves development plans and advises City Council on issues relating to growth and development.
The Traffic Advisory Committee provides a process for identifying and addressing problems related to speeding, excessive volumes, and safety on neighborhood streets.
The purpose of the Commission is to review the 4 City wards to determine if they have substantially equal population in each ward.