The Salt Lake City Planning Commission adopts and acts on any changes to the City’s master plans, small area plans, special studies, zoning ordinances, and zoning district maps. The Commission also approves planned unit developments, conditional uses and certain subdivisions.
Bi-monthly on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month; beginning at 5:30 p.m.
City and County Building, Room 326, 451 S State, Salt Lake City
The commission shall consist of nine to eleven members balancing geographic, professional, neighborhood and community interests. The director of the planning division shall serve as an ex officio member without vote.
Powers and Duties
- Prepare and recommend a comprehensive general plan to the City Council
- Considers and makes recommendations to City regarding zoning and zoning ordinance changes
- Hear and decide appeals from administrative hearing decisions of the planning director
- Approves planned unit developments and subdivisions
- Considers and makes rulings on conditional uses
- Make rulings regarding the existence, expansion or modification of nonconforming use and noncomplying structures
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How to Become a Planning Commissioner
Mayor Biskupski appoints Planning Commission members with the advice and consent of the City Council. Application information can be found here.
(801) 535-6171 or email@example.com