Committees & Boards

Board

Structure

Duties

Vacancies

Code Enforcement Board of Appeals  Location / Date TBD

• 5 members
• Experience with building and property maintenance
• At-large

To hear appeals of decisions made by the Building Official
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Community Redevelopment Agency
Meets every other month;
1st Thursday
6:00 PM
Council Chambers

• Five elected City Council members and two appointed volunteer members
• …Must reside or be engaged in business within the area of operation of the agency, which shall be coterminous with the area of operation of the county or municipality…

• Carry out activities within the CRA area; developing budgets, creating contracts with service providers, implementing elements of the CRA master plan and approving CRA related expenses

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Economic Development Advisory Committee
Meets 3rd Wednesday each month
5:00 PM
Council Chambers

• Must be registered voter Osceola County
• Must meet one or more of the following:
1) Resident of the City of St. Cloud
2) Own real property within the City of St. Cloud
3) Own and operate a business with a business location within the City of St. Cloud

• Provide the City Manager and City Council with business related recommendations on sustaining, generating and developing economic growth within the City of St. Cloud

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Finance Committee
Meets quarterly; 4th Tuesday
6:00 PM Council Chambers

• Members must be city residents
• Five voting members – coterminous with Council terms

• Make recommendations to the City Council regarding budgets, debt service, financial policies, and capital expenditures
• Review the fiscal activities of the City

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General Employee Pension Board of Trustees
Meets quarterly; 3rd Tuesday
1:30 PM City Hall Bldg A - DRC Conference Room

• Seven voting members
• Three members are appointed by City Council; four members are elected by employees

• Oversee the asset management of the General Employee Pension Funds 
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Historic Preservation Board
Meets 1st Tuesday of every other month
6:00 PM
Council Chambers

• Seven voting members and two alternates appointed by Council
• Preference to individuals who reside or have principal place of business in City of St. Cloud
• Members chosen from among disciplines of architecture, archaeology history, architectural history, landscape architecture, construction, construction management, engineering, planning, general contractor, commercial development, real estate, banking or law

• Reviews all changes to historically significant structures within the historic district. Holds public hearings and issues Certificates of Appropriateness.
• Coordinates with the State of Florida’s Division of Historical Resources Certified Local Government program
• Collaborates with the St. Cloud Main Street organization and any other organization to inform and educate citizens concerning the historic, cultural, archaeological and architectural heritage of the City

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Planning Commission
Meets 3rd Tuesday each month;
6:00 PM Council Chambers

• Five voting members and two alternates
• Members cannot serve on the Zoning Board of Adjustment simultaneously
• Members must be city residents and registered voters – Non coterminous with Council terms

• Act in an advisory capacity to the City Council relating to zoning, land use, and the Comprehensive Plan 
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Police and Firefighters Pension Board of Trustees
Meets quarterly; 3rd Tuesday
4:00 PM City Hall Bldg A - DRC Conference Room

• Five voting members
• Two members are appointed by Council; one by the Fire Department, one by the Police Department and one is Board appointed

• Oversee the asset management of the Police Department and Fire Department pension funds 
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Recreation Advisory Committee
Meets 3rd Wednesday each month; 5:30 PM
Civic Center

• Five voting members, coterminous with Council terms.
• Two alternate members with 1 year calendar terms
• No more than 2 voting members can be County residents.
• Alternates move into vacancies of regular seats except at expiration of terms.

• Work in cooperation with the Parks and Recreation Department to plan and implement programs and facilities for all residents  
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Teen Recreation Advisory Committee
Meets 1st Wednesday  each month; 5:30 p.m. Civic Center
 Five voting members, coterminous with Council terms.
• Two alternate members with 1 year calendar terms
• No more than 1 voting member can be County residents.
• Alternates move into vacancies of regular seats except at expiration of terms.

Work together with Parks & Recreation to create positive ways to accommodate the recreational and athletic needs of the St. Cloud community             3
Tree Advisory Committee
Meets 2nd Wednesday each month; 5:30 PM
Civic Center

• Five voting members coterminous with Council terms
• Two alternate members with 1 year calendar terms
• No more than two voting members can be county residents
• Alternates move into vacancies of regular seats except at expiration of terms

• Work in cooperation with the Parks and Recreation Department to plan and implement tree planting, preservation programs, conservation efforts, and environmental awareness  
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Zoning Board of Adjustment
Meets 2nd Wed. each month
6:30 PM Council Chambers
• Members cannot serve on the Planning Commission simultaneously
• Members must be city residents and registered voters
• Five voting members and two alternates – Non coterminous with Council terms
• Grant variances
• Perform the administrative review
• Reverse the decisions of the Building Official as it relates to zoning codes
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 To apply, click the name of the board / committee to complete the online application.  Interested in applying? If you have questions, please contact Stacey Wilde, City Clerk's Office, 407-957-7388 or by email at stacey.wilde@stcloudfl.gov