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The Planning Commission is a public body, appointed by Boulder Town, to make recommendations on land use decisions related to zoning and subdivisions, and to review and approve/disapprove conditional use permit applications.

The Zoning Ordinance (http://boulder.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/boulder-town-zoning-ordinance-adopted-by-ord-59-may-2008.pdf) and the Subdivision Ordinance (http://boulder.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/boulder-town-subdivision-ordinance-adopted-by-ord-58-may-2008.pdf) contain the laws, rules, process and procedure governing Boulder’s land use decisions. Any applicant preparing a land use plan should first familiarize himself/herself with the applicable ordinance before preparing a packet for the Planning Commission to consider. This simple step saves everyone a lot of time.

NOTE:  Any application packet (subdivision, ordinance change, conditional use permit, etc.) must be submitted to Judi Davis, Town Clerk, at least 10 days prior to the Planning Commission meeting.

The Boulder Town Planning Commission meets the second Thursday of each month. Meetings start at 6 p.m. during Standard time; they start at 7 p.m. during Daylight Savings Time.

Commissioners, January 2019:

  • Perry Tancredi, chair
  • Colleen Thompson, vice-chair
  • Matt Cochran
  • Josey Muse
  • Elizabeth Julian
  • PC alternate Marian Johnson
Planning Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor, with the advise and consent of Town Council. Appointments are for a 5-year term. A person appointed to fill in a vacancy on the commission serves out the remainder of the vacater’s term, and then is eligible for up to 2 consecutive terms of his/her own.

The Commission Clerk is Peg Smith

Getting on the Agenda

Notify Secretary, Peg Smith, femmith@scinternet.net, at least 48 hours before the meeting to place an item on the agenda.

Contact Info

Peg Smith, femmith@scinternet.net,  435-335-7481

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