About our City Council
The City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays every month, at the City Council Chambers in City Hall.
About our Planning Commission
The Planning Commission reviews and takes action on planning applications and makes recommendations to the City Council on land use issues.
About our Parks & Recreation Commission
The Parks and Recreation Commission makes recommendations to the City Council on matters pertaining to Belmont's Park and Recreation programs.
About our Tree Board
The Tree Board meets on the first Wednesday of every other month at 6:00 p.m. at the City Council Chambers in City Hall One Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, CA
About our Parking & Traffic Safety Committee
This committee is comprised of senior members of the Department of Public Works, Police Department and Fire Department. Residents may submit traffic and parking problems and/or recommendations to the PTSC. The PTSC will evaluate the request based on current policy, perform field investigations if required, review existing traffic information and schedule the item for discussion at a public PTSC meeting if needed.
About our Infrastructure Repair Ad-Hoc Committee
The Infrastructure Repair Ad-Hoc assists the City Council in identifying alternatives for funding the capital investment needed of the City’s infrastructure, selects and oversees the work of a public opinion pollster regarding a potential revenue measure, makes recommendations to Council based on the pollster’s survey results and provides guidance on post-survey electoral activities with respect to funding alternatives, if needed.
About our Audit Committee
The City of Belmont's Audit Committee consists of three elected members, two of which are City Council members, and one of which is the City Treasurer. The Audit Committee provides independent review and oversight of the City's financial reporting processes, internal controls and independent auditors. The Committee also participates in the budget review process and, at the request of the City Council and Finance Director, evaluates special projects for financial consequences, assesses alternatives and makes appropriate recommendations. The Committee meets regularly, once per quarter.
- About our Successor Agency Oversight Board
The Belmont Oversight Board is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Belmont Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency as it administers the former Redevelopment Agency’s closing operations and obligations. The Oversight Board is comprised of representatives of multiple government agencies with tax related interests in the assets of the former Redevelopment Agency.
COMMISSION RECRUITMENT CURRENTLY UNDER WAY. The City is recruiting for commission seats whose terms are expiring in March. There are four two-year terms and a one-year term (expires 2018) available on the Parks and Recreation Commission (adult). There are two youth seats on the Parks and Recreation Commission (one year terms), and two three-year terms available on the Planning Commission. It should be noted that all incumbents are eligible to reapply. Deadline for applications is Friday, January 20, 2017.
APPLYING FOR A VACANCY
Applications must be submitted to be considered for one of the Commissions. The City Council generally interviews for commission appointments in the spring. Youth applicants for the Parks and Recreation Commission must have a consent form signed by their Parent/Guardian at the time they submit their application. Applications may be obtained at the Belmont City Clerk's Office, One Twin Pines Lane, Suite 375, Belmont, CA 94002, or by calling (650)595-7413. Incumbent Commissioners are eligible to reapply for additional terms.
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