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ADA Committee ADA Committee

The ADA Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the City of Montpelier on compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The committee is comprised of city employees, a representative from City Council and interested community members.

Bike Committee
Cemetery Commission Cemetery Commission

The Cemetery Commission consists of five members and the Cemetery Superintendent. Its functions include all aspects of the management and operations of the city's two cemeteries: Green Mount Cemetery and Elm Street Cemetery.

Charter Revision Committee
Conservation Commission Conservation Commission

The Conservation Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the Planning Commission on environmental matters such as land conservation, wetlands, biodiversity, and other natural features of the city.

Design Review Committee Design Review Committee

The Design Control District was created to guide development in an area with particular historical, architectural, urban design, visual or cultural significance. The Design Review Committee's role is to advise the Development Review Board on matters concerning exterior alterations to land or properties in the Design Control District.

Development Review Board Development Review Board

This board combines the development review functions of the former Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Planning Commission into a single body that must evaluate and decide upon the appropriateness of proposed development measured against the standards and procedures defined in the Montpelier Zoning and Subdivision Regulations.

Downtown Improvement District
Energy Advisory Committee Energy Advisory Committee

The MEAC was appointed by the City Council as an advisory group to the City on energy issues.

Historic Preservation Commission

The Montpelier Historic Preservation Commission's main role is planning and advocacy for the protection and appreciation of Montpelier's historic and architecturally significant resources. How this is to be accomplished is a broad charge.

Housing Authority Housing Authority

The mission of the Montpelier Housing Authority is to promote, provide and preserve safe, decent and affordable housing in ways that support families, neighborhoods, and economic self-sufficiency.

Housing Task Force

The Montpelier Housing Task Force was organized in 1999 in order to (1) gather and evaluate information regarding housing trends in the City, (2) to develop responses to housing concerns that are identified, and (3) to recommend housing policies to City Government.

Loan Fund Committee

The Montpelier Loan Fund Committee (MLFC) is a 3-member committee appointed by the City Council for 2-year terms to assist the Planning and Development Department, in its capacity as the Montpelier Community Development Agency, to managing the various loan programs that have been established for business and economic development.

Montpelier Community Fund
Montpelier Street Lighting Committee Montpelier Street Lighting Committee

This temporary committee is helping steer the City forwarding in improving the efficiency of its street and public space lighting by eliminating unnecessary streetlighting and converting remaining lighting to LEDs.

Parking Committee Parking Committee

The City of Montpelier Parking Advisory Committee was formed by Montpelier City Council on April 10, 2013 to advise the Council on all matters of parking policy.

Parks Commission Parks Commission

The Parks Commission consists of five elected residents of the city with staggered terms. Commissioners are responsible for supervising Montpelier's Parks and its staff.

Pedestrian Committee

The Montpelier City Council established a standing Pedestrian Committee in April 2013 to advise the Council on all matters relating to pedestrian access and safety

Planning Commission Planning Commission

The Planning Commission consists of seven members appointed by the City Council for two year terms. Commissioners perform planning functions and duties as required by the City charter, City Zoning and Subdivision Regulations, State law (24 VSA 4325), and the City Council.

School Board School Board

The purpose of the Board, on behalf of the citizens of Montpelier, is to see that the Montpelier Schools achieve appropriate results for students reflective of overall community values at an appropriate cost, and avoids unacceptable actions and situations.

Sprinkler Variance Committee

Committee Members: Tom Golonka, City Counsel, Jeff Stetter, Alan Weiss, City Counsel
Advisors: Robert Gowans, Fire Chief, Gwen Hallsmith, Planning Dept. Director, Chris Lumbra, Building Inspector

The Sprinkler Variance Committee was appointed by City Counsel to review applications for variances from the City Sprinkler Ordinance. The Committee meets on an as needed basis.

Tree Board Tree Board

The purpose of the Tree Board is to protect the public health and welfare by improving and preserving the beauty of the city as it relates to street trees and park trees.


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July 28, 2014

Elm St to be closed on 7/31 and 8/1

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July 24, 2014

1 Taylor Street Community Participation Event Rescheduled to 9/3/14 in Order to Best Integrate Site Needs

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July 18, 2014

Downtown Construction (7/21 to 7/25)

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Jul 29, 2014 5:30 pm

Design Review Committee meeting

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Aug 04, 2014 7:00 pm

Development Review Board meeting

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Aug 11, 2014 5:00 pm

Planning Commission Meeting

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Group-Net-Metered Photovoltaic Electricity Generation

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Full-Time Firefighter / EMT 7/23/2014

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Washington County Heat Conversion RFP

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