Boards & Commissions
Our commissions, boards, and committees are formed to provide working groups that help with city business, departmental operations, and preservation of our unique environment. Generally, these groups consist of both city personnel and appointed citizens. Search and view Public Meeting notices and agendas at the Utah Public Meeting Notice website. Anyone interested in serving on these organizations is encouraged to contact the Volunteer Development Director or Mayor directly.
For information on City Council meetings please visit the City Council page.
- Board - An official oversight and advisory body typically established by ordinance to work on issues related to a single department.
- Commission - An official body that is both decision-making authority and advisory entity to the City Council.
- Committee - An organizing body created to accomplish a specific goal typically set by the elected officials of the city.
The Airport Authority Board was established to operate as an advisory board to the City Council.
The Appeals Board was established as the appeal authority to hear and decide appeals of Planning Commission decisions regarding conditional use permits and administrative decisions by the zoning administrator applying the provisions of Land Use Regulations (Title 10 of Hurricane City Code).
The Joint Utility Committee (JUC) has been established to provide a streamlined review for the development process.
Utah State Code and Hurricane City Code require that a Planning Commission be established.
The Hurricane City Power Board serves as an advisory board to the city council on all issues with respect to development, production, purchase, and distribution of all electric power services by the city operated Power Department.
The Water Board serves as an advisory board to the city council on all issues with respect to the supply and demand of culinary and irrigation water within the city limits.