Briefly

The Town of Oro Valley is accepting applications from local residents interested in serving on a board or commission. To serve on a board or commission, members must be residents of the town, be available to attend the designated meetings and be committed to the completion of the town’s Community Academy within their term.

Residents who are interested in applying for any of the following positions can contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 229-4700 or apply online by visiting the Boards and Commissions Opportunities webpage. For more information, contact deputy town clerk Michelle Stine at 229-4744.

The Board of Adjustment has one open position that serves a two-year term. The BOA is a quasi-judicial board that has the power to review and decide on zoning interpretation appeals and variance requests to zoning requirements that create unnecessary hardships in the development of property because of exceptional or extraordinary conditions. 

The Historic Preservation Commission has two open positions that serve a three-year term. The HPC was formed to promote the educational, cultural and economic welfare of Oro Valley by ensuring the preservation of historic buildings, districts, landmarks, structures, documents, photographs and other artifacts that represent the historic background and development of the greater Oro Valley area. 

The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board has two open positions that serve a two-year term. PRAB acts in an advisory capacity to the Town Council in matters pertaining to parks and recreation, park design, open space and trail use. 

The Planning and Zoning Commission has two open positions that serve a two-year term. The PZC holds public meetings and makes recommendations to the Town Council on matters relating to the General Plan, zoning code amendments, rezonings and other land use requests. 

The Stormwater Utility Commission has one open position that serves a two-year term. SWUC makes recommendations to the Town Council on issues relating to flood control, storm water quality management, the issuance of bonds for storm water activities, and prescribes service charges. 

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